Why You Should Change Yourself Instead of Your Spouse – hitchedmag.com

Change is hard for a lot of people. When you look at your relationship, I am sure you can see a lot of things our spouse needs to change, but what about you? What do you need to change to have a healthier and more conscious relationship with your spouse?

One thing you may not realize is the only thing you have control over in a conversation is your 50 percent of it. What are you bringing to the discussion? How are you behaving or reacting to things? How are these things impacting the relationship with your spouse?

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How To Unleash The Leaders Around You – forbes.com

In my last article, I introduced you to the five key skills of a co-creative leader. I also went into more detail around the skill of being a voice among many in the conversation. This article is the second in a series of articles on co-creative leadership. In it, we will explore the next key skill, which is how co-creative leaders unleash the leaders around them.

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How to be a voice among many in conversations – Forbes.com

I talk and write a lot about co-creative leadership these days. When people ask me to name the key traits of a co-creative leader, I usually list the following five skills:

1. Being a voice among many in the conversation
2. Unleashing the leaders around them
3. Building capacity on their team
4. Dancing with the system around them
5. Encouraging learning by doing

This article is the first in a series that will explore each of the key skills co-creative leaders need to know. The first key skill we will explore together is how to be a voice among many in the conversation.

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Five Easy Ways To Effectively Collaborate With Your Team – forbes.com

I talk a lot with those around me about co-creative leadership and collaboration. My team and I collaborate a lot with our clients, but not as often as we do with each other.

More often than not, you have the choice whether or not to collaborate. When you keep collaboration optional, you’re allowing a way out for yourself, and you’re likely to find a reason not to do it. But even though collaboration can be uncomfortable at first, the more you practice, the better you get at it.

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