You’ve probably fallen prey to at least a few “quick win”, clickbait-y articles claiming to hold the gospels to great leadership. Our tendency, as a society to glorify “images” of leadership leads us to worship even the irrelevant small details, like daily routines, ways of thinking and mantras of (often) unusually exceptional, wunderkind-type CEOs. What if we took a more tailored approach to understanding leadership and to becoming a great leader? Here are 3 pieces of advice from organizational behaviour professionals on how we can approach this differently.
Technology has enabled us to adapt so many aspects of our lives to the pandemic, yet we still struggle with one of the most important aspects of our lives: scaling human connection. Skillful grad Laura White introduces us to innovators experimenting with scaling human connection, to help us adapt to changes short and long term, and find new ways of building deep connections with others, both in person and across a screen.
In Part 1 of a 3-part series, Skillful grad James Prince, relays the importance of coming to terms with our environmental impact and starting to do something about it. TLDR: The recycling industry fuels consumption, not ecological responsibility. It is a broken, fragmented global industry. There is a reason that recycling is 3rd in the axiom: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
An echo pandemic is booming, quietly terrorizing our mental health. In this meditative memoir, Skillful grad Sam Wong details his systematic wellness journey as a new user of Calm, a meditation app. He details his experience with Calm, custom mental models, and proposes product strategies and improvements.
Starting new ventures in tech is exciting. No-Code tools like Webflow are relatively easy to learn and can kickstart your progress. Skillful grad Wasi Mesbahuddin describes a step-by-step approach to leveraging No-Code tools to build an app and scale it using an app he built, Togle, as an example. You can use this framework to build your next big idea, too!