“The most important person to learn to lead is oneself.”
This leadership maxim seems more relevant than ever.
This week I hit a rewarding milestone by delivering the Search Inside Yourself program for the first time.
The two-day course teaches mindfulness-based emotional intelligence --
Google the word "ordinary" and here's the first definition that pops up: with no special or distinctive features; normal.
In the workplace, this translates to people working harder, longer, and faster...
Change is hard. Even change you want and design.
My recent relocation to west coast has been in the works for years. It was an intentional move --- and it's still been a challenging transition.
Getting average performers to change their behaviors requires showing them why the change benefits
According to recent research conducted by LinkedIN, employees say receiving feedback matters.
Effective managers maintain large internal networks across their company.
Email and other tools are surprisingly relevant to the core performance of individuals and the business
It's easy to invite anyone to a meeting and include lots of people in the decision-making process.