Designed for CEOs, Chief HR Officers, and talent development professionals, the series draws on our experience working with some of the most transformational leaders and organizations in business, government, and non-profit organizations.
Reflection has more benefit than you might think. In fact, studies suggest that purposeful, daily reflection actually has the ability to improve your cognitive abilities and increase your overall performance.
A key piece of leadership is the ability to innovate!
According to the big names in business, the numbers, and the science, mindfulness is not a fad. Just ask Apple, Nike, Google, Target, and Amazon.
Research suggests that the simplest way to feeling happier, healthier, and prepared to take on challenges is the act of expressing gratitude.
As we move into the final months of 2017, we decided to peer into the not-so-distant future to identify important leadership development issues for 2018. We tapped three top leadership coaches and facilitators for their insights. Three key observations emerged.
We help leaders to shift from reactivity to purposeful, visionary leadership. We encourage leaders to take two minutes out of their day to stop, breathe, and center. We’ll show you a short centering exercise that you can do at any time in the day, anywhere you are.
The DISC assessment has been around since the 1970s. What is it? What are the differences among assessments? How do you apply your results to better improve your leadership and relationships with others?