What are Your Loudest Leadership Voices?

One question that comes up a lot for my client leaders in mid-life is “what I’ve been doing isn’t working for me any longer, yet I don’t know what or how to change.” The awareness this question brings creates an opening for inquiry—for the individual leader to begin a process of self-reflection.  This reflection, if […]

How to Un-Stick as a Leader?

Sometimes it does not feel like you are stuck when you are in action, working, ticking things off the lists every day.

Curiosity – An Underrated Leadership Superpower

Remember Curious George from the childhood book?  Always curious and getting himself into one adventure after another because of his intense curiosity.  Curious George took curiosity to an extreme.  Yet, he inspires me to think about how curiosity is a necessary and often underrated leadership quality.   How often does it happen that we jump […]

How Response-able Are Your Leadership Skills?

Responsibility is a word with many meanings.  The Oxford Dictionary definition offers: The state or fact of having a duty to deal with something or of having control over someone: women bear children and take responsibility for child care   The state or fact of being accountable or to blame for something: the group has […]

Why Connection Matters for Leaders

According to Wikipedia, connection is “a relationship in which a person, thing, or idea is linked or associated with something else.” This directly relates to a fundamental leadership skill:  the ability to connect. Everything a leader does, requires connection. Vision, strategy and execution require connection.  Getting things done through people requires connection. Leaders are able […]