Introducing the E-Learning Nuggets
These brief e-learning nuggets have been created using e-learning authoring tools with the aim of providing an interesting, easy-to-understand and imaginative technique of introducing you to key learning concepts. Each lasts no more than five minutes with a total maximum engagement time of 15 minutes. You can run through each one on a mobile phone in the time that it takes to drink your coffee!
THREE LEARNING NUGGETS
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In his very open and detailed discussion of what he describes as the “Lucifer’ effect: Why Good People Turn Evil, Phillip Zimbardo (2008) argues:
“Most of us hide behind egocentric biases that generate the illusion that we are special. These self serving protective shields allow us to believe that each of us is above average on any test of self-integrity” … and “that we look to the stars through the thick lens of personal invulnerability when we should also look down to the slippery slope beneath our feet” (p.5).
Individual leadership skills are necessary, particularly at times of crisis, but they will only get us so far. Dealing with complexity requires collective solutions through collective networks working to a shared vision.
Individual leaders need to be authentic and choose their true north based on their moral compass. Collective leaders will join together, share accountability for success in the public interest, share their journey, and share their moral compasses within a collective vision for success.
Innovation and Creativity represent the foundation for transformational and collective leadership.
Leaders tackle complexity by exploring the unknowns as well as the knowns. Just as important, by following our approach we help you to prepare to find the unknown unknowns!
Our maixm is:
IF YOU ALWAYS DO WHAT YOU ALWAYS DID, YOU WILL ALWAYS GET WHAT YOUR ALWAYS GOT
– attributed to Albert Einstein (1879–1955); Henry Ford (1863-1947)