Browsing Category Perspective Taking

Perspective Taking offers more benefit than most people realize

I’m happy to learn that the World Economic Forum re-published the article I wrote together with Michael Platt and his team at Wharton Neuroscience Initiative “Perspective Taking: A Brain Hack That Can Help You Make Better Decisions”. The more people who get axess to this knowledge, the more great ideas will form. Ideas that I hope will create great solutions to some of our greatest…

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The neurosience of Perspective taking

In this article (Perspective-taking: A Brain Hack That Can Help You Make Better Decisions) that we recently published on Knowledge@Wharton professor Michael Platt and his fantastic team goes through the neurosience that can explain the results created from my methods of helping leaders and teams improve Perspective taking. Further the article stresses the importance of continuous training over time, that not only helps the individual…

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Perspective taking – The problems you are able to solve will decide your future and success.

Take any theory that aims to help you solve a complex problem and you will find Perspective taking at the core. As examples; all innovation theories starts with understanding the Perspective of an end-user and every negotiation theory I have seen revolves around understanding the perspective of the other party. Perspective taking is at the core of collaboration, teaming and Collective intelligence, and all dialogue models (regardless of if the aim is to solve a business opportunity or a marital problem) are…

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Progress and speed in complex environments – The Leadership Backbone model

I developed this model to help teams and organisations leverage the research available about collaboration in complexity and collective intelligence. It has been of great help to fast growing scale-ups and senior management teams in transforming incumbents. I hope it might be useful for you as well. If you are managing a organisation in a stable market with no sign of disruption I would suggest…

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