Monthly Archives: November 2017
How do we help those around us improve and take their lives to the next level? Helping people, companies, organizations achieve their personal and professional goals, because if we're not doing that, why are we here?
Dr. Susan David is a renowned Harvard Medical School psychologist and a co-founder of the Harvard Institute of Coaching. She challenges the prevailing attitude that we should “fix” our difficult emotions through positive thinking and chasing happiness. Her new book is Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life.
We can tap into these, but without treating them as directives to action. Ultimately, who's in charge here, the thinker or the thought?
Know that how you handle the departure of a team member is mission critical to your cultural integrity. As part of the employee life...
Rachel Cooke is the founder of Lead Above Noise, whose mission is to empower leaders to catalyze performance that delivers business results. Through consulting and workshops she ignites the activation of microchanges–the tiniest increments of change that maximize impact while minimizing disruption.
I would encourage the leaders think in the space of naked and hungry and ask the lowest level question that you can think of. Ask somebody on your team what is the most small, irksome, annoying thing that makes you less efficient in your day, even it's only taking you 10 extra minutes.
For years I thought that inspiration and motivation meant the same thing. But the more I thought about it, did some research, and became...
This Veteran’s Day, don’t thank a veteran, hire a veteran. It will be the best thing you ever did for your company. “If you are...
Susan Baroncini-Moe is an executive coach, author and speaker who previously broke the Guinness World Records title for the longest uninterrupted webcast. Now she is the host of 2Questions.TV, a show where she dives deep and gleans wisdom from her guests on a variety of topics in just two questions. She is the founder of Business in Blue Jeans and author of a book of the same name.