Teamwork Through the Lens of Self Leadership & Total Responsibility for Our Human Experience

Posted March 18, 2022 | Leadership | Cutter Benchmark Review
Robert Fuchs says self leadership can help us understand teams, ourselves as leaders, and better ways to select and train new employees. He begins by explaining the difference between self and identity (we change identities to suit the situation, but we don’t change our “selfs.”) Fuchs then describes how fragmentation of the selfs makes people less able to use signals from the self in decision making, so we must extend the concept of responsibility beyond our contractual obligations as employees. He explains the importance of understanding the relationship between the soul, the mind, and the body, leading to a discussion of how strong self leadership can result in sustained productivity.
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Robert Fuchs
Robert Fuchs is a culture architect and creative design leader with a background in systemic psychotherapy. He leads the research at HappinessGroup on highly effective teams and corporate culture transformation. HappinessGroup develops meta-frameworks, methods, and tools for decision making and problem solving by integrating the latest insights from consciousness science and fractional dynamical systems with philosophical schools of thought. Mr… Read More
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