Published the third week of each month, the ‘Lead from within’ newsletter features insights, strategies and ideas straight from our work. Edited by Izzy Martens, our newsletter will connect you with what we are learning and thinking about. Our aim is to enliven your inbox and provide a fresh view into what it means to lead.
Leaders must be resilient and energized to meet the multifaceted demands they face. This creates a seeming paradox – with no vacation in sight and increased demands, how do you stay fresh and renew your energy? Unfortunately, many people put their heads down and hope for the best. Leaders need a better strategy.
As we race from one discussion to another, it seems timely to share a few ideas about how to convene meetings that are as positive as they are productive.
On Thursday, November 29, CEO of The Nebo Company, Kate Ebner, is speaking at the Professional Development Institute’s annual conference. Kate will be addressing the important topic of sponsorship in the #metoo era.
Managing workplace culture is a critical business function, yet most professional services firms still wing it.
Which strategies work best to motivate and retain your high potential employees? How do you know you are making the right levels of investment in talent development? Learn a practical framework for investing in talent development for your organization.
Forest bathing is a term invented by a Japanese agriculture official in 1982 to describe the practice of spending time with trees to gain from their many health benefits.
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.
Time and again, we’ve seen the restorative benefits and clearer focus that comes from a great retreat experience.
Since January, we have used the 4DX framework to achieve Nebo’s strategic goals. Here’s what we’ve learned.