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.
How do we do our work after sufficient people have either had the virus or been immunized to it?
Many of us have weaknesses that are simply strengths overplayed. This creates blind spots that limit our potential.
As we look ahead to a “Thanksgiving like no other,” I offer a perspective of that first Thanksgiving drawing perhaps surprising parallels to 2020.
Mid-career years are a time when you have runway remaining to adapt your leadership practices and to enhance your career path. Here are three tips.
Three things while continuing through this pandemic: Taking care of yourself, taking care of your team, and the new normal that is already appearing.
To calm ourselves and others: acknowledge our experiences, review our rituals, focus on what needs doing, communicate, and respect other views.