As we head into 2021, we want to remind you that it’s important to take a breath, step back from the business of life, and think about what matters most to you.
Leadership is a dynamic process. It’s important to celebrate successes, learn from mistakes, and course correct along the way.
Actions you take should be on behalf of the organization’s goals, the department, the team, and the individuals you’re leading.
Last week in our post, Don’t Blow Things Up, we talked about the power of the Pause and how it helps you to stay on track with your priorities.
Recently, we’ve heard from quite a number of clients that they’re finding they have an increasingly short fuse.
We heard from many of you after our Emotional Agility post last week and you’re curious about how to put this concept of emotional agility into practice in your life.
This week, we want to talk about psychological safety when meeting with one another on a virtual platform.
This week, pay attention to “how many days are in your mornings”, and explore ways to be present and awake in your moments.
With intentional leadership you can create a culture where a possibility mindset is the norm.
Having a mirror can be powerful, and we’d encourage you to find a mirror in your life.