What is most the poisonous thought you have ever had? Strange question, huh? Have you ever thought about that? You should, because, your thoughts matter. I am not talking about negative self-talk. I am talking about the kind of thinking that is so nuanced and so sinister that we are not even aware it is there or what it is doing to us. I am convinced that the refusal to honor someone else’s success or accomplishments is a poison that subtly, yet very conspicuously thwarts everything we try to do. These are the words of Dr. Matthew Kutz, speaker, author, Fulbright Scholar, and Professor.
Matt is passionate about helping others achieve high-level leadership and outstanding organizational performance. His teaching, research, and leadership development interests are in reaching the highest levels of corporate performance and facilitating all facets of leadership and change initiatives. He developed and designed the Contextual Intelligence Profile™ to assess the contextual intelligence of individuals and organizations. To date, Matt’s training programs and Contextual Intelligence Profile™ have been used by executives, managers, members, and staff at multinational and Fortune 500 companies, universities, professional associations, churches, governmental agencies, and NGO’s.
Today, he unpacks for us the most toxic thoughts you can ever have is one that refuses to honor another person.
About the Host:
John Register, CSP, Gulf War Army Veteran, Paralympic Silver Medalist, and professional keynote speaker who shares life lessons increases business leaders ability to connect more authentically with their teams. View John's speaking trailer by clicking here.