- Strategy is about leadership in the future
- Box #1: Manage the present
- Box #2: Forget the past (selectively)
- Box #3: Create the future
- How do you create the future while you manage the present?
- Innovation is not just ideas, innovation is commercializing creativity
- Innovate leaders need to be humble
- How are we creatively working towards the future (VG gave the example: if you want to eat fruit in 5 years, you need to plan the tree today)
- Conflicts are not bad, conflicts are healthy as long as you know how to manage conflict on your team
- Spend a little, earn A LOT
- Innovations is about value for money
Dr. Brené Brown
- Studies: vulnerability, courage and shame
- The irreducible needs of people: Love & Belonging (in the absence of Love & Belonging there is always shame)
- Shame says: "I'm not enough"
- Love isn't something we give, it something we cultivate (only when self love is involved)
- We can't give what we don't have (example: courage, sense of belonging or permission for grace)
- We can't give help when we're scared to ask for help
- How do we navigate the gap from what we profess to what we practice
- To find shame you have to shine light in dark places
- Blame is toxic in organizations
- Make space for people to fit in; for them to show up and be seen for who they are
- We are born to be brave
- You can choose courage or you can choose comfort but you can't choose them both; they are mutually exclusive.
Dr. Henry Cloud
- Henry talked through three things that ruin our thinking: personal, pervasive, permanent
- Don't take it personal
- The thought process pervades the brain and makes things seem bad
- When is pervades the brain you think: "it will always be this way" and it becomes permanent.
- Think about your greatest accomplishments in life
- Your life is more than a scene, its an entire movie. Every good movie has scenes of crisis.
- Your brain runs on three things: oxygen, glucose and relationships
- Connect by talking about healing
- Be in control of what you can be in control of
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