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.
This is for you, and you, and you, and anyone who has ever asked, am I enough.
To heal, and ultimately stop, gender bias paper cuts, follow these four steps. 1. Begin by finding supporters, raising their awareness and asking them to speak up when cuts occur.
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.
A study by Bersin & Associates indicates that when senior leaders improve business results by as much as 21% when they effectively coach employees. Discover how you can develop effective coaching skills for managers in this post on coaching for insight.
A coaching client named Beth (not her real name) was facing into large scale personal and professional transformation in her life. The truth is she was becoming Her Self and would ultimately be more comfortable and natural than ever, but she didn’t know that at the time. Fear and, its partner, excitement surrounded her on […]
While coaching is a highly effective management style, it is one of the least utilized. If you’d like to give it a try, or already use a coaching style, this managers guide to coaching employees identifies five approaches that help you match your coaching approach to each employee’s stage of development.
While dining in a local restaurant, our waitress, who is also a first grade teacher, teaches us how to create a great customer service culture in 5 easy steps.
One Earthday in the 1990s, Earthday founder Senator Gaylord Nelson took respite at our house…. The rest of the story involves 6-year old boys, lots of mud, weapons of destruction, and a very gracious senator.