By Susan MacKenty Brady on November 20, 2018
I gave the opening keynote at #LinkageWIL last week. I shared my own journey of self-awareness and what I have learned about the hurdles that women uniquely face in the workplace. Despite giving this talk hundreds of times before for audiences of varied sizes, this one was different. Here’s why.
By Kerry Seitz on November 19, 2018
We’ve wrapped up the fourth and final day of Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute! Here, we’re bringing you memorable moments from our last day together.
By Kerry Seitz on November 14, 2018
The excitement continues to build here in Phoeniz and the energy among the 900 leaders joining us is palpable! Here are highlights of Day 2!
By Mark Hannum on September 12, 2018
Ultimately, it’s our ability to commit to a lifelong journey of becoming purposeful that allows us to effectively balance the day-to-day dilemmas—and unsolvable problems—that we’re faced with as leaders.
By Richard Leider on May 24, 2018
There are no rigid formulas for how to write your purpose statement as a leader, mentor or coach, but there are many helpful techniques to assist you. Here are seven thought-provoking questions to get you started.
By Bernardus Holtrop on April 27, 2018
Despite good intentions, many leaders fall short of providing the one thing that teams need to succeed: inspiration. Here are a few thought starters to help you begin meaningful conversations with your team.
By Susie Kelleher on November 14, 2017
Leaders often feel they need to have all of the answers; that’s why we were promoted, right? Wrong. Leaders need to have great questions and live in a place of curiosity without judgement.
By Karen Cvitkovich on November 3, 2017
We need to recognize the power of diverse perspectives and the importance of creating a team where every member feels listened to, understood and respected. This means different things to different people based on their culture. Through this recognition, the power of perspectives can be fully realized and we can all accomplish more together.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on September 29, 2017
At some point, we need to question if the way we are thinking and feeling—and then speaking—is resulting in the impact we want to have on others. To do this, we need to get immensely curious about the stories we tell ourselves about our own behaviors and the behaviors of others.
By Devon Brown on April 11, 2017
To coach effectively, you must know and understand the people that work with you—especially those reporting to you. If you don’t have answers for these four questions, then you have an opportunity to have conversations with members of your team. The true value is not just in the answers, but in the dialogue that results.