How to be a Good Leader

Obviously the two things that you need to know: who are your customers and what they need, and then who are your workers and what are their strengths. And that’s true whether you are the leader of a school. As the principal, you have to know what the students need, what children of that age…

Flow Leadership in Business – The optimal experience

One might think that it’s possible to put together a super team just by choosing individuals who represent great skills. But they forget, that after a while individuals do bring their own personality and their personal style to the group work.  For example, one person is particularly keen on time management, the next one on values…

What is good business?

Last November we asked Prof. Csikszentmihalyi to give a short definition of the term: ‘Good Business’. There is no business without making profit, but good business goes beyond just surviving in the marketplace. For making Good Business you have to make sure, that: first of all, you enjoy doing what you are doing. You have…

A Workplace Conducive to Flow

Flow occurs when both skills and challenges are high Flow makes us feel better in the moment, enabling us to experience the remarkable potential of the body and mind functioning in harmony. Flow has the ability to improve the quality of life in the long run. The main condition of flow is the matched balance of…

Teaching the “Blue Ocean”

The FLIGBY lab was contacted recently by one of our North American academic partners to find a way for using FLIGBY to teach the “Blue Ocean” concept. Since FLIGBY was used already for explaining and demonstrating many different leadership approaches, we were happy to help to create a comprehensive syllabus for the “Blue Ocean” class too. Blue Ocean…