By Paula Butte on March 15, 2017
Feedback is important—and should be focused on behaviors. It doesn’t need to take a lot of time—and it can be both formally and informally delivered. With practice, it can become a part of regular conversations. Here are 3 steps for getting maximum impact.
By Susan MacKenty Brady on March 10, 2017
We’re confused about the difference between having it all and doing it all. We can have it all, and the only way to sustain your “all” is to be sure that you aren’t doing it all. Period. Easy, right? Well apparently, not so much.
By Matt Norquist on March 8, 2017
As I celebrate the women that I work alongside, and all women on International Women’s Day, I reflect on how honored I am to be surrounded by so many talented colleagues, clients, and friends. Here are a few ways that I’m proud of our company.
By Matt Norquist on February 28, 2017
Great leadership is ours—to be, to follow, to find, to create. Our recent research has shed light on the five key commitments that great leaders purposefully make and keep. What we found was startling. Leaders and leadership are not always truly successful by being strong or powerful.
By Sarah Breigle on February 24, 2017
If you’ve recently taken on a new role, joined a new organization, or are in the midst of an organizational transition, you need to be asking: “What will it take for me to succeed?” Join us February 28 at 1:00pm EST to learn the 7 leadership essentials you’ll need to meet and exceed expectations.
By Susan Bridges on February 16, 2017
Transition is at the heart of renewal and transformation. Renewal can occur whenever you relinquish something significant and follow life’s invitation towards new energy and a fresh purpose.
By Greg Zlevor on February 8, 2017
Mindfulness is the process of actively noticing new things. When you do that, it puts you in the present. It makes you more sensitive to context and perspective. It’s the essence of engagement. A positive domino effect follows from being mindful.
By Richard Leider on February 1, 2017
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 Sarah Bettman on January 24, 2017
If you’re a high performer who has gradually taken on more work to prove your own value, you’re not alone. The desire to be seen as a valuable contributor and a team player eventually leads to an exhaustive to-do list. Read on to hear Sarah’s practical advice for getting to the next level.
By Briana Goldman on January 18, 2017
Sponsorship has become more than just a buzzword for creating workplaces that are inclusive of women, minorities, different generations, and a global workforce—it is a powerful tool that can help us foster workplace equality. And it’s a tool we can leverage starting now.