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#28 How Leaders Can Leverage a Polarity Mindset to Develop Strong Teams and Cultivate Psychological Safety featuring Diane Hanson

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#28 How Leaders Can Leverage a Polarity Mindset to Develop Strong Teams and Cultivate Psychological Safety featuring Diane Hanson

January 21, 2020
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#28 How Leaders Can Leverage a Polarity Mindset to Develop Strong Teams and Cultivate Psychological Safety featuring Diane Hanson

Today we are talking about Polarity Thinking™ as an essential leadership skill.

Let’s face it.  Leadership is not easy!  

All leaders can use tools and skills to enhance their effectiveness, change the conversations they’re having and transform their leadership style.

We are blessed to have Diane Hanson with us today.  Diane has leveraged polarities in her personal and professional life for over 20 years and has a lot of wisdom to share with us.

“Once you understand and believe in the logic and predictability of Polarity Thinking™ you are able to move toward sustainable outcomes” says Diane.

Diane shares many stories of how she’s leveraged polarities personally, professionally and as a community leader.  

Polarity Thinking™ has shaped Diane as a leader and broadened her ability to leverage diversity and help teams get to deeper understanding and agreement much sooner.

“When you lead teams, you have a greater opportunity for success when you incorporate Polarity Thinking™”  Diane Hanson

Diane believes a great place to start practicing your polarity thinking skills is with personal polarities or ones that are simple and meaningful to you.  Look at what’s showing up in your life through a polarity lens and then examine your perspectives, preferences and fears to gather deeper insights.   

Join us as we discuss with Diane how leaders can leverage polarities to strengthen their leadership skills, enhance teamwork, and cultivate psychological safety in the workplace.

 

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