How do you recognize you’re in the presence of a bad leader? Bad leaders are everywhere. One way to identify them is by their poor communication skills. For example, they are failing to update the team on important information, being unavailable or hard to reach.
In today’s world of complex technologies, intricate philosophies, and vast information, it’s easy to get lost in jargon and dense explanations. But what if there was a way to make even the most complex ideas easy to understand? Enter the ELI5 Method, your bridge between confusion and clarity.
Does ChatGPT help make a person smarter? Let’s not get it twisted, ChatGPT or any of the other large language models are not perfect; they sometimes put out information that isn’t true. But, are they useful? Yes, they are. And, what makes them useful is the framing of the prompt; so garbage in, garbage out. Inputs determine outputs.
For an organization to work efficiently, there must be a good and strong relationship between the team and its leader. Chiyin Chen’s study on ‘Transformational Leadership’ shares that this relationship creates better work outcomes and boosts employee satisfaction. When a leader can articulate their vision and inspire their team – employees are more driven to put in the work and invest in their relationships within the organization.
In the world of product design, your goal as the designer is to make the product easy to understand and use. People will get frustrated, anxious, angry and just leave it if it’s not easy to use. Similarly, organizations have to be designed to be to be easy to work with for employees, customers, partners and providers. Of course, most aren’t.