The industry 4.0 It is a new concept even in developing, that will mark major changes in society coming years. As in the eighteenth century was marked by the development of the steam engine, the nineteenth century by electricity and the twentieth century by automation, in the XXI century we are living the call Fourth Industrial Revolution whose core is the development of smart factory.
In our society today, Both companies and individuals have increasingly clear that we need to develop our capacity to adapt if we want to manage in the continuous changing environment we face. But human beings have great reluctance to change, out of your comfort zone. Nuestra amigdala, this small organ located at the base of our brain, nos protege alertándonos constantemente de los peligros que nos acechan en lo desconocido y nos paraliza ante los cambios.
Hence, change strategies in the business world have a high failure rate, this, most of the time, es así porque se aplican sin tener en cuenta que antes de impulsar un cambio en un equipo o en una organización, the people in it have to transform their thinking; and for that prepared leaders they need to accompany their partners in this process.
In his book, Leading the change, John P. Kotter, professor at the Harvard Business School and an expert on changes, nos presenta el siguiente modelo de ocho pasos para facilitar este camino de cambio en cualquier ámbito:
We are all afraid and is not always bad to have it because there is a healthy fear, which it is what protects us and allows us to be prudent and put his head when making decisions. However, there is also an unhealthy fear, toxic, which it is what paralyzes us, not allowing us to move or take on new challenges for fear of being wrong or we reject, leaving no shine. This is the fear we have to recognize and fight to avoid stopping point, to prevent us from risk, take certain decisions or transit paths trodden by others not before.
The language we use to talk ourselves, nos permite conocer quienes somos nosotros, cuales son nuestros valores, our beliefs, nuestras fortalezas y debilidades.
El pasado 25 de abril tuve el honor de participar como uno de los ponentes principales de Expocoaching, la Feria más importante sobre el sector del coaching en España. La ponencia fue sobre cómo generar equipos de alto rendimiento a través del coaching, una modalidad de coaching que me apasiona.
En dicha conferencia expuse the 3 hábitos de los equipos de alto rendimiento, según una investigación concienzuda hecha por los investigadores americanos Chester Elton y Adrian Gostick, y que explicaron en su libro “Buenos equipos, proyectos imbatibles”.
Los investigadores estudiaron a numerosos equipos en todo el mundo, equipos deportivos, equipos empresariales de distintos sectores, y entrevistaron a sus miembros para descubrir si había factores comunes en los comportamientos y actitudes de los equipos que alcanzan resultados extraordinarios. Resulta que sí había factores comunes, conductas que realizaban de manera constante, como parte de su ADN, de su cultura, y son los 3 hábitos siguientes:
It's hard to be motivated by the idea that we live in a world that is crumbling. The press and the news we provide daily news starving children, war fueled by hatred among people, evictions, arrest, threats of terrorist attacks, corrupt politicians ...
Our thoughts are a very powerful tool that determines how we face around us. Sometimes, negative thoughts invade us: “no sé”, "I can not", "I dare not" and with them, without realizing, we are building a great wall that prevents us from achieving our goals.
To tear down this wall and have a positive impact on our external world has devised a technique called display.
Said, Albert Einstein, that: "If you want different results do not do the same", however, and although we all know that this is true, costs us an enormous effort to implement it and get out of our routine, of our comfort zone.
Each of us have our, our refuge, that place where we feel comfortable because it is where our habits, way we behave, to relate to others, communicate…, definitely, to live.
The effective leader, you get to have a truly productive team, is one who knows how to surround himself with smart people and allowing his talent to surface without fear that his eclipse. Right now these are the new benchmarks.
There are many people who are put in front of an audience to share their ideas or knowledge. However, not all are able to transmit that, reach your audience and move them. Those who come to us to help them master this technique, the need to give us that have, usually coincides in most cases. We say: “When circumstances, I am forced to speak in public, PonGo me so nervous, I can not reason and sometimes, not even remember what I have to say. I want to gain confidence in myself enough, fluent to express my thoughts and conviction”