Have you experienced an awakening? Many times when we feel heavy resistance or when we’re at a loss for abundance or purpose, there is a transformation waiting. An intense feeling of emptiness or misalignment is often an awakening waiting to surface. These grand realizations and shifts are the most powerful periods of our lives that redirect our focus, purpose, experience, and impacts on the world. In this article, I will shed some light on how to identify, embrace, and experience these profound periods of transformation...
Big news! We have a brand new article on Fast Company all about delegation. Delegation is a challenging yet essential leadership skill. Do you delegate with efficiency and confidence?
Use the principles to navigate decisions with confidence, lower your stress, make human-centered progress, and make more genuine connections and relationships built on trust.
It’s not just essential to design your own ethical system for your team or organization but to have an ethical system and language that spans across organizations and industries. This change has to begin with leaders that are interested in ethics and see the value of a common language of ethics.
Part of leading rather than following is bringing awareness to actions and leadership habits that do not foster peace and engagement on the part of the whole and the part of individuals. There is always a way to drive progress while making the process clear and enjoyable for the team members involved. In this blog, I’ll detail three ways that you can begin to change how you lead your team in order to cultivate both peace and progress. These three changes to how you lead can make a huge positive impact on the progress and engagement of your team.
Stepping into leadership means that we guide our team toward the big-picture mission and keep positive momentum going day-to-day. Teams have objectives to work toward and it’s up to the leader to design the approach and drive progress. There is a long, continuous path to collectively take on together. Over time, amongst the day-to-day work, team members often loose sight of the big picture mission and objectives, the progress that is made, and where attention should really be placed.
I believe that most of us can agree that we attribute our professional trajectory and successes to our early leaders that were great mentors to us. It is hard to teach someone to become a mentor. The selfless effort one puts in to being a great mentor comes from the inspiration from our own mentors … Continue reading 10 Ways to Take Your Mentorship Practice to the Next Level