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Multicultural Teams – how to build them

Published by Elisa Coleclough on January 22nd, 2018 in leadership | No Comments »

Multicultural ability

Multicultural Teams – How to build them.   It is the XXI century and multicultural teams are still rare but an asset indeed. The way you can profit from them is vast.   How can you, the leader, build up a multicultural competent team? It all starts with fostering your team members to engage in […]

Strip from Ego and Assertiveness will increase.

Published by Elisa Coleclough on January 8th, 2018 in leadership | No Comments »

Ego and Assertiveness

Probably the most difficult of it all is to set our egos aside, because we are humans and our society makes us see the ego as a way to advance. However true it may be, ego-utilization has an emotional cost that might result in mental illnesses, chronic stress and anxiety.   In time our conscious […]

Leadership Flexibility or the Law of Requisite Variety.

Published by Elisa Coleclough on January 8th, 2018 in leadership | No Comments »

Law of Requisite Variety.

Let me begin by saying that the Law of the Requisite Variety is applicable to physics and to artificial intelligence and cybernetics mainly, so do not be ashamed if you have not heard of it before. To summarize this law says:   “The larger the variety of actions available to a control system, the larger […]

Schrödinger Paradox

Published by Elisa Coleclough on January 3rd, 2018 in Thoughts | No Comments »

Schrödinger cat experiment

Schrödinger Paradox: Quantum mechanics for your goals, what to keep secret and what to release.   There is the big question of what we should share and we should not share when it comes to information, name it, goals, dreams, objective, etc. It is a dilemma, on the one hand we have that in order […]

My Basic Sports Clothing

Published by Elisa Coleclough on December 26th, 2017 in Fitness | No Comments »

sports clothing

I know 2018 is around the corner and probably amongst your new year’s resolutions is working-out. Either you have already started working out to counter act the terrible effect of too much biscuits and food during the holidays, or you simply want to engage in a new activity to become stronger, happier and healthier. If […]

Behave

Published by Elisa Coleclough on December 26th, 2017 in leadership | No Comments »

leadership behaviors

You have to have the behaviors in other for you to help others. It is absolutely impossible to influence another human being if you do not have the necessary skills, knowledge, abilities, etc. you want others to develop. Furthermore, consider yourself a mirror of how the other person might end up being and or feeling […]

be the change you want to see in the world

Published by Elisa Coleclough on December 19th, 2017 in leadership | No Comments »

coach change

Well known is the fact that if you lead people, you influence people. What a better way than doing it honestly and being that example  for your children, family, followers, team, friends, etc find appealing. It is a continuous process though, if you want to become a better example you need to work constantly on […]

Tap into the unconscious.

Published by Elisa Coleclough on December 14th, 2017 in leadership | No Comments »

unconscious mind

This time I want to share with you some information that I am sure you are going to find interesting.   According to Bruce Lipton Ph. D. in developmental cell biology, conscious mind works  at 2,000 bits per second, amazing right? Now, subconscious mind is about 4,000 billion bits per second, now that is a number! […]

Leadership: the key is to connect.

Published by Elisa Coleclough on December 11th, 2017 in leadership | No Comments »

leadership

When I think what the organizations can improve, I focus on their leadership. First things first, leader does not equal to manager. A manager has to grow her/his capabilities to become a leader, an influencer of people, and one of the keys to success is communication. Communication is not always as effective as it should […]

Fitness hacks for holidays

Published by Elisa Coleclough on December 11th, 2017 in Fitness | No Comments »

healthy hacks

Holiday season is here, and we tend to eat more and put on some extra weight. In my opinion it is not solely because we are eating more cookies, pastries, chocolates, desserts, or even larger portions of food, but because we are not exercising. This time of the year we usually engage in activities after […]