Get Smarter About Thinking Clearly
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Have you ever over-reacted to a situation? Do you sometimes take things personally that really are not meant that way? Have you ever misinterpreted the tone in an email and then responded with “tone?” How often do you judge other people unfairly?
We all do this. It is the nature of the mind, but sometimes this inherent subjectivity can get in our way and create difficult consequences. To be happy, effective, and successful today requires greater objectivity: seeing and accepting things as they are without projecting our mental models, fears, background and experiences and responding thoughtfully, deliberately and effectively to the opportunities and challenges of our lives.
In this free 30-minute teleclass, you will learn:
- How to be more objective and make better decisions under pressure
- How to identify and transform limiting mental models
- How to lead with objectivity
For women, objectivity is particularly important because many of us continue to be influenced by societal mental models and underlying assumptions that define for us what it means to be a successful woman. Many of these mental models are limiting and unproductive, and they impact the way we evaluate and respond to our daily challenges. Gaining objectivity allows women to adopt new ways of thinking and acting that help us deal with the complex issues we face each day, and empowers us to find our true purpose and achieve our personal and professional goals.
Join the free teleclass on Tuesday, February 17th, at 1:00 pm EST.
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Elizabeth R. Thornton is a transformative and inspirational speaker; author and professor whose life’s passion and purpose is to help people transform their lives and their organizations with the Power of Seeing Things As They Are. Her first book, The Objective Leader: How to Leverage the Power of Seeing Things As They Are, is based on a curriculum she developed and teaches to graduate students, entrepreneurs and corporate executives as a professor of management practice with Babson Executive Education and adjunct lecturer in entrepreneurship at Babson College.
Elizabeth’s book, The Objective Leader, is available at Amazon.com. Check out The Objective Leader Blog on Psychology Today, and connect with Elizabeth and keep up the conversation on LinkedIn or Twitter.