Creativity and Communication go hand in hand
Teams and individuals who come up with imaginative solutions are more likely to be excited about implementing them. Yet if they cannot communicate well amongst themselves, potentially good ideas simply fall by the wayside. It's often because someone's ideas were expressed poorly; or maybe the same old loud voices just kept coming to the fore?
To develop greater powers of creativity and influence at the individual level depends on accepting differences and capitalising on strengths. But you may not be sure what your strengths are. And even if you are, you may not be able to articulate them clearly. No-one warms to someone who says they are good at everything, yet if you are too modest... well that's also not the best pathway to a successful outcome. Lazy Horses offers you a two-step solution:
The story behind this brain-based approach - the longer read
To understand more about the background to this brain-based approach, read part one of the three-part advanced guide to the balanced brain approach to improved communication and increased self-confidence.
Trump, Brexit? More feelings than facts?
It was nice to get a number of cross-postings with this somewhat provocative blog post.
It is worth a reminder though, that the subject matter is not really 'politics'; it's about the way people behave given certain choices and is just as relevant to change in a business context.
At its heart, the message is also about knowing your customers.