Winning Arguments, Strategic Change, and Inclusion

Disagreements are inevitable, but arguing contrary opinions can often waste a team’s valuable meeting time. Do you know how to argue your position effectively? How to Win Arguments Without Making Enemies from Inc. shares a technique that leads to a full understanding of opposing positions and makes agreement more likely.

According to research, most leaders either underperform or fail in the strategic change process. INSEAD’s Strategic Change is All in the Timing stresses the importance of taking time dimensions into account and looks at four different approaches to change. Also, leaders need to increase their “tempo intelligence.” (Be sure to watch the short video.)

Finally, inclusive leaders create an organizational culture in which anyone can contribute to important outcomes, according to Inc.’s 4 Ways Managers Can Be More Inclusive. Incorporating this and other management behaviors can help build high-performance, high-growth organizations.