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More than ever we are facing the need for new working practices, and a different set of mindsets and behaviours founded in cultivating an independent will, mental toughness, and emotional agility.

A recent article by McKinsey and Co “COVID-19: Implications for business” describes a paradoxical dilemma for managers: the need to process both the rapid changes in AI, digitization, automation, and the uncertainty of the Covid-19 crisis. Both of these are causing disruptive and unpredictable workforce changes, the need for new working practices, and a different set of mindsets and behaviours founded in cultivating an independent will, mental toughness, and emotional agility. In the article they asked an essential questions, we all need to be contemplating right now – what is the right way to think about 2021 and beyond? Asking us to deeply reflect – in a disruptive and uncertain world are there are too many things that we simply can’t control? How can we go about controlling the controllables? 

Our blog details why and how our mindsets are controllable, and our 7 steps in controlling the controllables. Read more at CONTROLLING THE CONTROLLABLES | imaginenation

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