Leaders have the position and platform to influence what people think and focus on. This is both an opportunity and a responsibility.
In my leadership journey, I have come to rely on these habits to help me plan and prepare for my professional and personal journey in life.
Our wish for you during these next few weeks is for you to have the mindset and plan that will allow you to Rest-Recharge-Reflect and Reset.
Some of the inspiring stories of leadership at all levels that have emerged from this crisis, and how they relate to our role as leaders.
As we look ahead to a “Thanksgiving like no other,” I offer a perspective of that first Thanksgiving drawing perhaps surprising parallels to 2020.
Things are always changing. Sometimes it’s little changes that we just accept and move on. Sometimes it’s much bigger. Leaders are there through all of it. Change can be scary or it can be exciting, the choice is mine.
Own your experience and expertise. Know that you don’t talk, write, and think like other people. A good leader needs to be a good storyteller.
We asked John Gohsman, CIO at Notre Dame, to reflect on defining moments of his career and what insights we can learn from those experiences.
The current context is far more complex for leaders. What attributes are most critical given the context shifted so dramatically?
How do we reduce our professional distance and better understand the whole person so that we can build our ability to lead?