As we rapidly re-define a new way of being together, there is an opportunity to build an intentional virtual culture. The structures we put in place now open up the possibility of a new culture taking root.
We are living, leading, and working in unprecedented times. View our four-part webinar series that examines strategies for connection, teamwork, trust, resilience and productivity that can strengthen culture and commitment.
While organizations address challenges, change, and hardship at a pace and scale that is new, the approach to leadership that is needed is understood.
Leadership during times of chaos feels like leading without a roadmap. It’s during these times we should look at adaptive leadership approaches.
Working in a remote capacity is not as simple as taking home your laptop and doing everything you’d do in an office.
Join Nebo CEO and top leadership coach Kate Ebner for a 45-minute webinar that explores how race, ethnicity, gender, and other elements of identity show up in coaching conversations and leadership communication. Learn how to consider cultural elements in communicating, leading and guiding the work of others.
Atlanta, Georgia is home to beautiful markets, a thriving arts community and, of course, delicious peaches. Now, in 2019, Atlanta is also the home of The Nebo Company’s second office. The opening of the Atlanta office is part of our strategy to expand our geographic footprint and our ability to impact leaders across the country.
Research supports what we know instinctively: empathy is crucial to our relationships with others – from family members to co-workers. Yet, it is all too easy to slip out of an empathetic mode, especially when under pressure.
Join Nebo CEO and top leadership coach Kate Ebner for a 45-minute webinar that will demystify coach selection. Learn best practices and insights from more than fifteen years of coach matching to ensure you find the right coach.
It seems to me that there is not enough discussion amongst women at work about the challenges that they face in their leadership roles. Or, there simply aren’t enough women in leadership to answer the many questions women have about succeeding at work.