Mindfulness is a hot topic right now. But is it more than just a passing fad? Check out these stats!
Building a brand and gaining the trust of customers is one of the hardest things to do, yet that trust is also easy to lose; as Warren Buffet once said: “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.”
According to a 2016 study conducted by the National Business Group on Health (NBGH) and Fidelity Investments, 22% of companies have mindfulness training programs already in place, and another 21% planned to add a mindfulness training component in 2017.
As a leadership coach, I work with individuals and teams who are creating and articulating their visions for themselves, their organizations, and their communities. They are striving to make those visions real through what they do and who they are. It is humbling work that is deeply satisfying – and sometimes scary.
Somewhere between 428 and 347 BCE, Plato, the ancient Greek philosopher, famously called humans “a being in search of meaning.” More than two thousand years later, according to the results of a recently released study, that search is still underway.
Kate Ebner, Founding Director of the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University and founder of The Nebo Company, will participate on Thursday, March 8th in a collaborative research-based Executive Briefing on Workforce Optimization in the federal government in partnership with The Performance Institute.
Amazon had a big year in 2017. So how did a company that was founded in 1994 as an online bookseller become so dominant?
Research suggests that the simplest way to feeling happier, healthier, and prepared to take on challenges is the act of expressing gratitude.
As the Director of Coaching Services at Nebo, Tanara Bowie interviews leaders and recommends coach matches based on their goals, experience, and aspirations. Yet, when it comes time to select a coach, she says that leaders “disappear”. So, what makes this choice so hard?
The Eisenhower Matrix is a great tool to create awareness about how you spend your time. Consider these questions as you examine your priorities and bring focus to how you spend your time as a leader.