Seven Steps to Develop and Maintain Ease
There is a strong link between how you feel and what you’re capable of doing. Your energy level, focus, and drive are a key component, yet often neglected part of your leadership. If you are feeling depleted, drained, or down, it will not only show; it will get transmitted to others. Your energy is contagious; […]
How Gratitude Can Transform Your Leadership and Influence
It’s that time of year. The fall harvest holidays are almost upon us. It is a time when we place our attention on who and what makes us thankful. Are we also aware of the importance of gratitude in our everyday role as leaders? According to an article in The Harvard Health Newsletter, (Nov. 2011), […]
Where Are You on the COVID-19 Change-Acceptance Curve?
This post was written by a colleague and dear friend, Linda Cattelan who has granted permission for its use here. “Its been more than 6 months since the COVID-19 pandemic first hit our awareness. As I reflected on all that has transpired over the past several months, the realization that our lives will never be […]
Attention Leaders: How Are You Navigating The Biggest Psychological Experiment in History, Really?
The Covid-19 pandemic is testing us in unimaginable way. As leaders, it is critical that we be mindful of its impact on our work, including our ability to concentrate, our mood, our energy levels, and on our communication. According to an article in this week’s Scientific American, “At one point roughly one-third of the planet’s population […]
Finding Peace Among the Pandemic: How Leaders Show Up Now Matters
As with every one of us, my life radically changed a week or so ago. We had just returned from a short vacation away—which was the last one for a very long time. My life before that trip and now after bear no resemblance to one another. Today is Day 5 of self-isolation. All social, community and […]