What sets today’s iconic companies and organizations apart from others? According to recent research, it’s the strategic imagination of their founders and leaders.
Protected: Interview with Kim D’Abreu on her podcast, (In)Visible Women
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Intentional Leadership: A Guide to Intention Setting
An intention can be used as an excellent tool to practice self-management and improve your presence and impact at work.
Holding Better Meetings in the Whirl of Autumn
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.
Four Questions to Ask a Coach
What questions should you ask when you an interview a leadership coach? Here are four questions to ensure coaching will make a difference for you.
Receiving the Gift of Feedback
Receiving feedback plays a significant role in one’s development as a leader. By opening ourselves up to feedback from others, we are acknowledging that we are in a continuous process of learning and growth, and that we understand that there are always ways we can be more effective.
Infographic – Mindfulness: a movement or a way forward?
Mindfulness is a hot topic right now. But is it more than just a passing fad? Check out these stats!
Facebook: A Case Study on Leadership, Brand & Trust
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.”
The Big Reasons to Bring Mindfulness to the Work Place
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.
Lessons from the Mountaintop
What we can learn from Martin Luther King Jr. on declaring a purposeful vision and working towards it with intent and drive.