Ayesha Bibha has been researching on the relationship between neuroscience and leadership for a long time. She calls it Neuro-Leadership.
In March 2019, she delivered a TED Talk that our brain works the way we want to. This VUCA world needs true leaders fully engaged and committed to their purpose.
It has become a trendy managerial acronym: VUCA, short for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, and a catchall for “Hey, it’s crazy out there!” It’s also misleading: VUCA conflates four distinct types of challenges that demand four distinct types of responses. That makes it difficult to know how to approach a challenging situation and easy to use VUCA as a crutch, a way to throw off the hard work of strategy and planning —after all, you can’t prepare for a VUCA world, right?
Actually, you can. Here is a guide to identifying, getting ready for, and responding to events in each of the four VUCA categories. We are living in a VUCA world (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous).
Harvard Business Review, Nate Bennett Learn to be the last to speak! Stack the deck. Ayesha Bibha
Ms. Bibha affirms that on average, a person has approximately 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Of this, 95% are repetitive, and 80% are negative. Can you believe this? Deep breathing is one of the excellent tips she shares with us to be fully present in the NOW.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKNTBezb7dQ Speed of Mind, Ted Talk