Spend time with Lisa or Nina and you are immediately aware of their authenticity, grit, persistence, and tireless dedication to their vision and purposeful leadership. Both Lisa and Nina are creative disrupters in their respective industries.
Together with Wendy Montgomery and Calandra Jarrell we explore what it means to lead with authentic influence.
Jon Roberts and the team at CVS Health have for decades been at the forefront of constant change and evolving services, and in today’s environment, the speed of that change has accelerated exponentially.
Join us as we share insights into how we can lean in and reframe the conversation in the workplace to feel safe and invite a spirit of inclusion as we continue to navigate the dynamically shifting new abnormal of the workplace.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been challenged to reshape skills, reframe, and reset our approach to work and leadership and as we prepare to re-emerge from quarantine, Geraldine Taber helps us look for the most important lessons we can take with us and how they can continue to serve us.
Check out this past Spotlight Conversation, which discusses how inclusive leaders uncover greater shared awareness to create opportunities to increase trust and engagement.
We are driven by passion and fear of failure. While operating this way creates activity, movement, and change, it can also lead us down paths that don’t serve our best well-being. Learn more about how purpose affects our choices.
Today’s workplace is constantly changing and in need of quick adaption and forward-thinking. It’s more important now more than ever what is needed to level up your approach to leadership.
Innovative thinking is one of the most sought after leadership competencies. Every workplace, business, and industry are faced with fast-paced market shifts and external forces – all creating disruptions. How can you focus?
Studies show that individuals that over apologize are less respected, less likely to be believed in future apologies, and it can lower your self-esteem when approaching new endeavors. Click to read more and learn some ways to skip the many apologies for the summer.