As you reflect on where you are and think about where you want to be in 2023, what will propel you on the next chapter of your leadership journey?
I was flipping through my notebook. I wrote down what I want to be known for. Later I circled the question “Is what I said true?” I had some doubts.
Being fully present provides the opportunity for us to be intentional in sending messages of sincere interest and make meaningful connections.
I started wall climbing. I was surrounded by people far better me. I was the worst in the class. This was the perfect place.
Great leadership begins with the self-awareness that you are a leader and continuously improving upon being the leader you aspire to be.
During the past month different MOR cohorts have had the opportunity to hear leadership lessons from several accomplished program sponsors.
Gratitude makes us feel good on both the sending and receiving side. However, it goes further: expressing gratitude at work can make us healthier.
I am not the same person I was a few years ago. Life has shifted, including the things that were once important along with what we spend time on.
I'm heading out on a 1,000-mile pilgrimage. For 70 days, I’ll be walking the Camino de Santiago, a series of well-worn trails used for 1,000 years.
I manage employees who must think like entrepreneurs to solve challenges involving relationships and politics. I need to foster reflection.