Continuing to develop ourselves as leaders, parents, colleagues, etc. requires finding a sustainable way to take action, even when our To-Do list seems to self-replicate each time we look away.
Ahh, December, the final month of the year that calls us to hurry up and finish strong, while at the same time, it beckons us to slow down and savor the season.
Most leaders and managers would say that having tough conversations is part of their job. And most would also say they avoid having these conversations.
We are emotional beings. How do we show up at work as our best selves, with our emotions?
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.
Perhaps one of the greatest gifts and responsibilities of our lives is to decide what to focus on and where we want to put our energy.