We’re seeing that, to be successful, humility is critical. So today, we’re sharing a previous post about the Power of Humility.
We are a country of humans that tends to create categories of people and this leads quickly to US and THEM. Once we do that, we lose the WE.
Our brains are not a large part of our bodies, yet they use up considerable resources when they work. So, to lesson that demand, our bodies evolved to rely on habitual responses and the clustering of data so that the brain had less work to do.
In order to challenge the systemic bias in our country, we’ll all need to step into our leadership. As a leader, standing on the sidelines hoping others will fix things is not an option.
For the next few weeks, we’re going to invite you to be influenced in your thinking about racism and the inequalities that challenge our nation.
Influencing your world and stepping in with leadership can be difficult, yet your leadership is needed.
We’ve been hearing from a lot of our clients, colleagues, families, and friends that coming off of the Memorial Day weekend, people are heavy with grief, exhaustion, and frustration
Let’s remember those who gave all.
As we’ve moved through the initial stages of the pandemic, leaders are exploring when and how to reopen.
This week, pay attention to “how many days are in your mornings”, and explore ways to be present and awake in your moments.