Tag Archives: Cultural Intelligence

Hitting the Pause Button

Hitting the Pause Button

In this episode, Tom bids a short farewell to the CQ for Global Leaders podcast and shares some of the lessons he has learned whilst doing this podcast, as well as some exciting news about his work that we should all watch out for. Hitting the Pause Button A commitment enables you to crystalise your […]

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Realigning the Team

Realigning the Team

In this episode, Tom talks about the Four Pillars of Realignment, and how leaders can make use of the current environment to revisit our purpose and values in our organisation.  Realigning the Team The Four Pillars of Realignment Purpose – revisit your purpose. What is your purpose? Why are you in business? How does your […]

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Control Is an Illusion

Control Is an Illusion

In this episode, Tom discusses control as an illusion, what it means, and the important aspects that a leader must have to help them navigate through difficult situations or things that are out of our control. Control Is an Illusion The Cynefin Model is a conceptual framework by David Snowden that leaders can use to […]

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Are You Feeling Flat?

Are You Feeling Flat

In this episode, Tom talks about the phases we go through when faced with uncertainty and how we can be more flexible and adaptable to the things that are happening around us. Are You Feeling Flat? It’s completely normal to feel flat when faced with sudden changes.  Social Psychologist Amy Cuddy wrote in one of […]

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What Have You Learned During the Lockdown?

Lockdown

In this episode, Tom shares some of the things he learned during the lockdown amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.  What Have You Learned During the Lockdown Realising how little money we need to live on and how much money we are wasting on trivial things are just some of the things that people learned during the […]

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Gratitude and Joy

Gratitude and Joy

In this episode, Tom talks about gratitude and joy, and the importance of taking the time to reflect on the things we are joyful and grateful for in our lives. Gratitude and Joy Happiness can be derived from materialistic or worldly pleasures, whereas joy is from the soul. Joy is soul-satisfying. It gives you a […]

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Checking In on Your People

Checking In on Your Team

In this episode, Tom talks about why it’s important for leaders to check in with their teams especially in times of uncertainty and how they can do that in a way that deepens their relationship with their team members. Checking In on Your People Checking in with your people in this current time of uncertainty […]

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Journaling

Journaling

In this episode, Tom talks about journaling as a very useful method for looking after ourselves, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Journaling Journaling is a very useful method for looking after ourselves emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Journaling is writing your thoughts down on paper. Journaling helps gain clarity of thinking. Simple headings you can use to […]

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Self-care

Self-care

In this episode, Tom talks about the importance of self-care in leadership and the four aspects of self-care that leaders need to be mindful of especially in times of uncertainty. Self-care Self-care is important for leaders especially in times of uncertainty. Self-care is all about taking care of yourself so that you can then look […]

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Leading in Uncertain Times

Leading in Uncertain Times

In this episode, Tom reflects on the current COVID-19 pandemic and shares some insights on how leaders can effectively lead and help their teams navigate through this time of uncertainty. Leading in Uncertain Times In times of uncertainty, you are either leading or hiding. Control is an illusion. You can’t control what happens. The only […]

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