It turns out that stopping the world as we know it has provided an incredible opportunity for many of us to practice these questions, letting go of what is outside of our control and seizing that which remains.
Whenever you see change headed your way, ask yourself three sets of questions designed to unlock your natural resistance and unleash your personal power to respond and create in ways that serve your highest good.
Let’s dig deeper to see how change can truly enrich our experience – in the rear-view mirror.
We spend SO much energy resisting change. Here’s an alternative way to look at it from my personal arsenal of recent experiences.
What I Learned About Change From a Very Weird Plant on My Deck: 3 things from my summer with the succulents.
Have a plan for next year? We’ve got everything you need to align with key leaders and engage your biz partners now so that together you’re poised to activate managers and engage employees in what matters most in 2020 and beyond.
These are risky times for leaders and managers committed to engaging workers in a shared strategy for their organizations. We know that among the most critical skills engaging leaders demonstrate is active listening. But how – and where – to draw the line between encouraging open dialogue and providing a cover for divisive behavior (especially covert, masked behavior) is a major challenge. These three actions will help CEOs and senior leaders build trust and keep at-work relationships productive during volatile times.
The roles of Corporate Communications and Human Resources are shifting – and increasing visibility along with demand to deliver for the business. What is the difference? Impact is delivered and quantified.
Reflecting on our favorite moments from the WBENC 2017 Summit & Salute in New Orleans. Reflect on... Relationships, why WBENC, the future of healthcare and consumer products and retail: http://bit.ly/2mJEl3f Summit & Salute is one of two national events where...
Messages about cost out and growth may seem contradictory. They’re really not – if the company and its leaders are extremely clear in communicating the direction and they see the link in freeing up resources from one area in the company in order to fund growth...