5 Lessons Learned Walking The Camino

By guest blogger: Linda Cattelan MBA CPCC As we enter the busiest time of the year, I am sharing highlights of a guest column written by my cherished colleague Linda Cattelan, Owner of Results Catalyst in Toronto.   She recently challenged herself to walk the legendary Camino Real. “I’m not sure why I felt so compelled […]

What’s in Your Leadership Box?

This is the last Step Up Leader Tip of 2015.  As we wrap-up the year-end, and “unwrap” our gifts, I often use this time-for myself and with clients—to do some housekeeping-both mental and physical.  This can include taking an inventory. Celebrate and acknowledge yourself while creating a placeholder that helps prepare for what you want […]

Getting Started: A Leadership Secret You Deserve To Know

Slow down to move fast.  This important leadership secret underscores much of the work I do with leaders.  At this hectic time of year, I thought it would be helpful to emphasize that how we start the day often determines how effective we are in our activities.  It can be challenging to resist the urge […]

What Walking a Labyrinth can Teach us About Leadership

The labyrinth is a unique and absorbing invention. They have been used for thousands of years throughout the world, in different cultures and religions. The simple act of walking a labyrinth can shift ordinary linear perception because they are designed along curving circuits. Usually the walker can see the center, yet because there are many […]

Is Your Leadership Consciously Fit?

The theme for this month is Conscious Fitness.  This is critical for leaders because energy, stamina, drive and the capacity to execute depend upon physical, emotional and mental fitness. What does it mean for a leader to be consciously fit? I believe in the core of Eastern philosophy; what is in the microcosm is in […]