Source: Boiling Point Podcast
In This Episode:
- Rumeet explains her work with Viewpoint Leadership and how it helps with the development of leadership in businesses by building the leadership in individuals through research, studies, and workshops. She also talks about her new picture book.
- She discusses the study Viewpoint ran in relation to “Tall Poppy Syndrome”, and how it cuts down the motivation, productivity, resilience, and even the self-confidence of individuals in a workplace environment.
- The three discuss what may be the root of motivation, and what is the root of de-motivation in all people.
- Rumeet tells Dave and Greg how parents can support their children in not having their motivation cut down, and how to support their resilience and personal happiness.
- The three discuss how being ostracized can bring the same level of pain as being physically harmed, and how this feeling can be prevented in children and teens by eliminating the fear of failure.
- Rumeet talks about owning your achievements and being yourself, and how it impacts being a stand-out entrepreneur.
- Dr. Rumeet Billan is the CEO and Chief Learning Architect of Viewpoint Leadership.
- She has a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto and designs programs and courses in leadership and personal resilience for her company.
- She is an expert in Psychological resilience and how it can help businesses, by focusing on the resilience of individuals.
- She led the groundbreaking national research study on The ‘Tall Poppy Syndrome’ which is related to ‘Silent Systemic Syndrome’ that many women experience when in the workplace.
- She is also the National Ambassador for ‘Not Myself Today®’, an initiative of the Canadian Mental Health Association that aims to transform workplace culture.
- Viewpoints website link! – viewpointleadership.ca