As the year draws to a close, amidst the swirling chaos of the holiday season, some of us like to reflect on the year past, and “gear up” for the future.
Now and then, something or someone impacts the way you think about things. Your perspective shifts and new paths of awareness and insight open up.
Research and books abound about leadership and teamwork, and in this short article are some top liners that we often use in our practice.
Self-care is the art of taking good care of one’s mind, body, and spirit. It is foundational to leadership and necessary if you want to keep your composure when your world heats up.
I always try to look to look past the obvious and find the buried beauty in the world around me. Not just to look, but to see, absorb, and appreciate beauty and excellence in non-traditional examples.
Resilience is not something that we have or don’t have. It is behaviors, thoughts, and actions that are learned and developed.