Once the subject of science fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) -- sometimes called machine intelligence -- is now a reality for many companies and consumers. Arguably, not since the advent of the internet has a technology held such promise as a driver of innovation and new ways of doing business. AI has the potential to impact virtually every industry and is capturing the imagination of executives around the world as they try to understand and optimize it. Further, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., the global artificial intelligence market is expected to reach...Readmore
Why Your Attitude to Learning is More Important than Intelligence and Innate Abilities
Frequently in my practice, I hear clients express concerns about not feeling "good enough" and how their low self-esteem and poor self-confidence are holding them back. They feel "stuck" in life and worry that they are never going to be as successful as they had hoped to be. Often they will mention how others at their workplace or in their family circle, seem so much more successful and they are convinced it's due to superior intelligence or innate capabilities that they themselves don't possess.
Even for the most accomplished leaders, the road to success is not always linear. Ups and downs, twists and turns, and even complete 180ºs can all make for a challenging journey. Changing the strategy -- or pivoting, as we know it today, can occur for a variety of reasons. New information, a market shift, even a worldwide crisis such as Covid-19 are all potential triggers of change. The important thing is to recognize the need to course correct when it presents itself, and take decisive action.
Pivoting may encompass a series of small, gradual decisions, or be an earth-shattering leap. ...Readmore