This post explores some of the science behind the function of gratitude, 3 ways you may not have considered how people LEAD YOU (including dinner hosts) and how you can do the same to ignite your week ahead.
I work with young leaders everyday. I have two incredible young leaders as sons. (Here’s my picture with them a few years ago — taken the day we moved to Kentucky.) Occasionally, when I am talking to a young leader something becomes apparent.
If you’re in a position of leadership, chances are better than good you’re going to blow it with your people sooner or later. It’s like messing things up in your marriage. Don’t ask me how I know this, but it’s inevitable from time to time.
When we characterize the most prolific business leaders of our time, we often project an image of a Jack Welch-esque persona, making sweeping, revolutionary, difficult changes across the board to help move their companies forward.
Have you ever wondered why one kid may be more resilient than another? Let’s say Lisa and Jenny are students in the same eighth grade math class. They both struggle during the quarter and, in the end, they both receive low final grades.
Most of what is taught in business schools and executive development programs, though certainly relevant, does not contribute significantly to the creation of workplaces that enable human beings to flourish and engage meaningfully in the success of...
True integrity is not paraded about for others to admire, but is shown through small actions and behaviors. Quora users discussed how to spot these qualities in the popular thread: "What is the single most revealing thing about ...
Being present is reflecting back and magnifying the desired wishes, wants and needs of each person in the room. Do all you can to speak positively and encourage those you meet with. Connect to the very soul, as you look each person in the eye.