True leadership requires a PAUSE and a focus on possibilities. Once you can make the shift to look for them, you’ll be amazed at what you see.
After Pausing, it’s powerful to go deeper in understanding what is going on inside of you and inside the people you are involved with.
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.
As we continue to live in a time of great uncertainty, we’ve been hearing from many of you that you’re feeling particularly worn down and overwhelmed.
This week, we want to talk about psychological safety when meeting with one another on a virtual platform.
As our nation mourns the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, we’d like to take a moment to remember her as a tireless advocate for the underrepresented, an ally for justice, and a true leader.
This week, we’re talking about a model of creating effective teams that comes from the book The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni.
This week we’re talking about some ways to create psychological safety in your world, team, or organization.
As we continue to make our way through some of the most challenging experiences of our lifetimes, we’re seeing the central importance of psychological safety in the workplace more and more.