Today, too many people feel disenfranchised at work. It extends not only to entry-level positions but also up to the upper management. Psychology has helped us to figure out some of the reasons why we feel this way, but sadly many of the approaches that have been proposed do not bring results. Where psychology has failed, maybe philosophy can succeed.
You can find out how theory can be a secret weapon for helping to reframe your thought. You can learn how analytical thought will help you build effective and constructive political, communicative and decision-making strategies. We will continue to flourish as individuals and as motivated, reflective leaders by using philosophical principles and exercises in our personal and work-life.
You will also learn the following:
- How Buddhist philosophy can turn your current business strategy on its head;
- Why you should cancel half your meetings right now;
- How existentialism can help you take responsibility for your choices.
Many of the problems we face both on a personal level and a business level could be solved if we explored them through a different lens. Philosophy is a useful tool in the quest to understand why we act the way we do and how we could alter our thinking to achieve better results and be better leaders. So, if you want to be a better leader or a more rounded person, look to philosophy for possible answers.