pLink Leadership has been thinking, writing, teaching and coaching on psychology, energy, self-authorship, identity work, and the marrying of task and purpose for nearly a decade.
“Preparing to stay” is a state of being that requires deep self-trust, the ability to quiet one’s anxiety to soothe the fear of others, and the courage to stand steady even when all you hear around you is the thundering of anxiety-driven action.
The question I am getting a lot these days from my executive coaching clients is "How do I manage a hybrid work environment?" It's a great question and a worthy challenge as we manage the (finally) accepted reality that employees can be highly effective while also working remotely along with…
We have a saying at pLink, “Pursuing an unexamined vision is worse than having no vision at all;” wisdom from my father that has stuck with me for more than three decades.
Some say leadership is a journey; I think leadership is a practice and it, like yoga, takes more than the “superhero” corporate clothes and the occasional leadership class to become a leader.
Whether it’s at home or at work, we all have goals that we want to achieve but consistently do the opposite. It seems that, despite our best intentions, we often work against ourselves, even when the goal is in our best interests. Why do we do that?