Perfection = Disconnection

Perfection = Disconnection - The Simply Practically Human podcast with Mark LeBusque - Dr Michelle K Johnston - The Seismic Shift in Leadership

All humans are imperfect, a characteristic that leaders need to embrace in order to truly connect with their people.

To all those leaders out there who are achievement junkies and/or recovering perfectionists, I have walked a mile in your shoes! And the things that I’ve learned along the way:

  • Perfection Equals Disconnection.
  • The Goal is Progress, not Perfection.
  • If you give up perfection and focus on progress.
  • You’ll be happier and more connected with yourself.
  • Your teams will be happier and more connected to you.

Is this the beginning of a new world of work that values productivity AND the human experience over perfection? Now is the time to reimagine how to work, when to work, how to meet, when to meet, how to connect, who to connect with, and what to prioritize.

Now is the time to rethink how you lead — and the HOW is the most important part. By connecting with yourself and your team in different ways, you can drive results in this new environment.

In this episode of The Simply Practically Human with Mark LeBusque, Dr. Michelle K. Johnston, author of The Seismic Shift in Leadership, delves into perfection, the importance of connection, and how it’s changed and challenged humans to think and act differently over the past three years.

Why is it we Humans get romanced by complexity when the answers can be found at a SIMPLE and PRACTICAL level? The Simply Practically Human with Mark LeBusque podcast features experts who have a track record in HUMANISING WORKPLACES using SIMPLICITY and PRACTICALITY as their GO TO approach. It’s all about getting back to what it is to be Human and watch Workplaces thrive rather than just survive.

Mark LeBusque is widely regarded as the “Human Manager” and his proven techniques for energizing employees make him an internationally sought after speaker, facilitator, mentor and coach. Mark has developed and refined his “Human Manager” model over a 25 year career in sales, operations and general management, so it delivers measurable improvements in employee engagement, team performance and business results even in today’s climate of fast paced change and uncertainty. He has rated as the No 1 Leader for Employee Engagement, Leadership and Career Development and skillfully combines reality with textbook theory. He is Harvard Business School Trained and an accredited Practitioner in Adaptive Leadership and Instincts at Work.