Imagine how great your team would be if each and every person could achieve the mantra, leave your ego at the door. They can, if everyone understands what it means and follows three simple steps. (Caution: simple does not mean easy.)
The other day, I took a different path to communicating across the gender divide, and everything changed. The path is called Compassion.
This is a story about gratitude and a stinky dog. It’s a story about how I learned to help Ed lead with a smile, instead of a worried look on his face. It’s a story about what happens when you lead with a smile.
Do you ever experience your work as a spiritual practice? A man laments to his rabbi: “I’m frustrated that my work leaves me no time for study or prayer.” The rabbi replies: “Perhaps your work is more pleasing to G-d than study or prayer.”
Why do business leaders use information, data-speak and rhetoric instead of telling stories that influence people? Because that’s what they learned to do. Stories, however, are more effective, when they include these 6 elements.
“Leaders are a catalyst for the evolution of humankind.” ~ Anne Perschel, Leadership Coach & Evolutionist What Evolutionary Leaders Do I have always believed this quote represents the aspirations of true leaders. It was only recently, however, that I decided to call them Evolutionary Leaders as a way to distinguish them from those who occupy […]
Your leadership brand is tattooed in people’s minds. These people matter to you and you matter to them. Choose it carefully and have some fun along the way.
Most leaders go off the rails at times, particularly under stress. That’s when the brain is most prone to react to triggers. Triggers shift us into default behaviors. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Take the road to better leadership with these four steps to change your habits of mind and default behaviors.
You’re invited on a diversity and inclusion journey that visits the strivings of our souls and the longing in our hearts.
Gender bias paper cuts are small acts such as being ignored, overlooked, and singled out. Members of the opposite sex often don’t notice the offending actions. Over time, these small cuts wear away our professional confidence, fortitude, and sense of belonging. It’s best to be prepared in advance and these 4 band-aids will help.