It’s not often that I run into people who are actively trying to improve their attitude – more often it is someone’s manager who wishes they could change someone’s attitude.

A bad attitude, typically experienced as a negativity towards new ideas, management, change and the organization in general is very hard to change once it becomes habitual.

This is often because the negativity involves blaming the environment, while attitude often comes from internal biases.

In this video, world renowned guru Marshall Goldsmith explains what people can do to engage themselves in a meaningful way.

I’d recommend watching the whole video, although the tool itself is described around the 16th minute:

Russel Horwitz
Princpal, Kwela Leadership