A strike of insight hit me yesterday. I attended the Jumpstarter release party. I just love these environments – being back in the Startup Environment. The optimism that pours into every single corner of the office – and cell of the employees and founders. The feeling of “everything is possible”. It’s contaminating! When asked “what do you do?” it struck me when speaking of the LUCK Concept: It’s already in its first form very Startup-oriented! So: Read it like a Startup.
The 17 pitfalls of leadership
There are (in my book) seventeen traps most of us recognize in leadership and communications. Top three:
1. Blind belief in methodology
2. Focus on check lists and tools
3. Very limited knowledge in the human brain and it’s reactions at work
The growing vs creativity
The following graph illustrates what I mean are the results, should you follow the “LUCKc Way”:
1. Learning is performed often in morning meetings
2. We take serious decisions in a synchronized way – leaving none behind
3. The fact that we are all involved (more or less) the perceived effect is that processes are indeed helping us to become more productive. (As a calendar tells when you’re free to have fun)
Picture: Your Swedish Lesson of the day: The way integrated processes as in LUCKc involve and create creative space
The book is currently available from most bookstores, paper or ebook, in Swedish. The English version is released this year. Feel free to show interest in your own copy!
This is post #008 in the challenge #Blogg100.