Dear Courageous Leaders, For this week’s Coffee Break – I took a closer look at keeping your spirits high. Key points from the video: Set a daily limit on news coverage. Rediscover laughter. Let go … read more
In this episode we explore the value of you responding to solicited and unsolicited feedback with grace. There are three important bi-products of responding with grace: 1) it creates openness and safety 2) it creates a rich dialog and 3) it sparks growth for both you and the giver of the feedback.
Today’s episode focuses on the difference between communicating with your head vs. your heart. You will learn the difference and when to use these strategies. The goal is to improve your impact and influence by employing the right communication approach.
Dear Courageous Leader, For this week’s Coffee Break – I took a closer look at improving your influence through feedback loops. Key points from the video: Assess your impact by audience (directs, peers, or managers). … read more
Dear Courageous Leaders, For this week’s Coffee Break – I took a closer look at acting now and not waiting . Key points from the video: There is always something you can do now. Great … read more
Did you know that only 15% of employees across the world are engaged in their jobs? That number is staggering because it means that 85% of employees are not invested in committing their time, talent, … read more
High performing teams must have five key roles filled to continue to function optimally. In a previous post, I talked about the importance of having balance for teams to function their best. By filling these … read more
How do I get everyone on the same page and moving in the same direction? “If everything is important, nothing is.” When you’re talking about a team that is working together to get things done, … read more
How do I improve my team’s chemistry? Does team chemistry positively impact team performance? If you would have asked me a year ago, I would’ve given you a resounding yes. Today, I would still say yes, … read more
Conflict Resolution: Five Ways It’s a part of life – conflict, though for most of us it’s a part we’re not too fond of. There are several different kinds of conflict. Conflict within families, conflict … read more