Finding a Path Forward is a Significant Part of Leadership

As an individual who is learning to be in leadership of your life, times of change do not give you a rest from the responsibility for finding a path forward. You may be tired. You may be in ‘change overload’ or experiencing decision fatigue. Your emotions may be reeling from the constant change and its accompanying loss. Loss always accompanies … Read More

What It Really Means When You Say Yes to Change

I watch people showing their flexibility, resilience, and adaptability in relation to the pandemic. People have done awesome, even heroic things in this time of change that was not planned, or agreed to by the people. I live in the USA and I find that people all around me are doing their very best in a situation still affecting communities, … Read More

Building a Solid Foundation for Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Belonging

If your leadership development goal is to learn to guide people in what it takes to achieve inclusion, equity, and belonging, you need ways to work with people’s tendencies to: react strongly develop assumptions see what they expect to see, consciously or subconsciously In my work with systems change and organizational transformation, I have noticed these tendencies showing up even … Read More

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