The depth of wisdom hidden in ancient texts is often stunning. You can hear (or read) a story a hundred times and still miss subtle nuances that can only be seen (and understood) when revealed through other lenses. A Guerilla Leader views each situation through the lenses of asymmetry.
Nature vs. Nurture? Genetics vs. Environment? Are you stuck with the hand you’ve been dealt? What about IQ, EQ, etc. vs. street smarts? Or, is it really a “both/and” and NOT an “either/or” situation?
The 4R Model is a pattern that manifests itself in ALL religions & philosophies…
The Four Lenses used in our journey to excellence in Guerilla Leadership are the foundation on which all eighteen mindsets are built.
Asymmetry(s) arise due to Language and Collaboration Distance, just to name a couple. As we go through the series, we will be sharing some powerful tools on measuring friction and asymmetry (and how to mitigate/eliminate those).
Sometimes we over-simplify when communicating. That creates asymmetry, potential confusion, and imbalance in our communication channels.
Our journey is continuing, and we now have a new brand and logo that reflects our current iteration.
Resilience. Everyone is talking about it (as well as living through it). In Finnish they use the concept of “Suomalainen Sisu” (translated to English this means to never, ever give up + to persevere + having guts, courage, and resilience).
The most abstract of all the mindsets that we have in the Flow Leadership Framework is Anticipatory Vision.
While many organizations believe that they can cascade their vision to each level (although it gets very diluted very quickly), most have not mastered the art of linking each vision back to the next level up.