Confidence is partly an attitude thing, partly about personality and knowledge, but also partly a skill. Here are six things to try.
From the Blog on Change
Perhaps the challenge for us is how to use the ‘higher standard’ cash is measured against to raise the game of all humanitarian assistance.
Sometimes it can be helpful to consider a different metric all together – the ability to keep ‘playing’ or working. Aka – Showing up.
We need to perfect is the art of stating specific enough activities that satisfy budget holders, but generic enough to give team members wide berth.
Someone needs to the one who goes first or experiences the new thing first. Then they need to tell others.
Unfortunately, we see the policy as an end goal. Therefore, many humanitarian organisations are graveyards of wonderful policies, never implemented.
So much of my life at the moment is about trying things while knowing they might not work. So keep trying. I’m cheering you on.
There is a story about a farmer who would regularly complain about the weather – he decided to reframe his view.
Seth wrote about chatoyancy recently. I don’t know what opposite sophisticated word to chatoyancy is, but we experience it often