Are you interested in finding out what you don’t know? According to organisational psychologist and Wharton professor Adam Grant, you should be. When presented with someone else’s argument, we are very good at spotting weaknesses. But the positions we are blind about, are our own, says Grant. There is nothing like our inner dictatorContinue reading “Think Again”
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Unleashing the big C
I recently took part in a Connectle on Innovation Mindsets. The panel of speakers was impressive and inspiring. Take Ira Munn from Ierospace. Ira is changing the world, one Drop at a time. Later this year he will launch The Drop, a 3D-printed, energy-efficient, electric vehicle kit made from up-cycled local plastic, like the plasticContinue reading “Unleashing the big C”
People want power because they want autonomy
Do we want power to control others through our influence, or is it more about increasing our own autonomy?