While the speed the world is changing at a rate that is faster than we can perceive, and the future remains uncertain and unpredictable, the one thing you can control and potentially predict, however, is the way your organization will effectively respond to sudden changes.
There is a known neuro-psychological response when sudden changes occur… a sense of survival mode; regression, tunnel vision of short-term decision making, fatigue, denial, distraction, disorientation, etc.
External stress becomes a personal crisis. Personal crisis becomes team incoherence and instability. It’s a slippery feedback back loop of human patterns, entrapping us in the reactivity of the fight-flight-freeze response. This inhibits focus, productivity, meaning, purpose and wellbeing.
This is precisely when you and your team need access to higher executive function cognition – yet, in almost all cases, it’s simply not there when we need it the most.
So, will you be a leader that supports your team to break those patterns that are gridlocking unsustainable performance? Or will you be a leader of performance innovation that creates a cultural workplace norm for mental health, mindfulness and high performance beyond the ordinary?
Adapting to the fast-pace of our world is an opportunity to learn new skills of the 21st century.
Stabilized Flow Leadership is a new research-backed approach to leadership development and performance excellence for our increasingly fast-paced world.
The future of our ever-changing global landscape demands leaders who are equipped to stay centered and lead from authenticity, integrity, ethos, and altruism while staying centered in the calm of any storm.