Together with Wendy Montgomery and Calandra Jarrell we explore what it means to lead with authentic influence.
Through data and storytelling, this Kiara Butler and Rachael Gavin delve into the impact of unconscious bias in the workplace and society, the complexity and nuance of intersectionality and bias, ways we can dissolve our inner barriers of bias, and how we can affect change in our organizations.
Jeff and Stephanie share why today’s most innovative companies see the NEW Future of Work as more inclusive and why we must hold ourselves to higher accountability with a purpose that is concerned with the well-being of others, the planet, and our future.
Check out this conversation and photo journey where we will connect all that we’ve explored today on emotional agility through the life story and work of an incredible woman, Alison Wright.
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.
We are joined by Dr. Judson Brewer who helps us explore how we recognize forms of anger, and how we can use the practices of mindfulness to transform them into ways of engaging that are much more positive, productive, and healthy.
Tiffany Shlain helped us explore how we can reclaim our presence, reset ourselves emotionally, and reconnect in a 24/7 digital world.
This recipe is for our Centered Beginning cooking session with Chef Eli Dunn. His authenticity and soulfulness shine as he leverages his culinary talents to influence to us all to connect to ourselves and our creativity in the kitchen.
This Evolution Ready theme is on gaining the competencies to Embrace Unchartered Pathways in what has been called a TUNA world, one that is turbulent, uncertain, novel, and ambiguous. While the intensity and nature of what is turbulent, uncertain, novel, and ambiguous in our workplace may shift, in order to be evolution ready, we must be able to not only survive in this environment but also find ways to thrive in it.
Creativity can thrive under conditions of crisis. Ambiguity ignites the courage to pivot, experiment, test, play, fail, and hunt for inspiration. When in pursuit of creativity, knowledge is not found in the usual places. But to see it requires being curious and open, without judgment, to what is being presented.
In times like this, it’s hard to find the words to say or actions to take. There is nothing easy about what is happening in our nation and the long, many times unspoken and ignored racism that occurs to people of color. Click to read more from Kevin-Rene Matta.
Join Lisa Bergeron and Tejal Tarro in this Friday conversation where they reflect on their partner retreat and what it means to create space to relax, renew and restore a sense of well-being.
Join us as we welcome Dr. Michael Rich M.D., the founder and Director of the Center for Media and Child Health at Boston Children”s Hospital, as he provides practical solutions based on scientific research to help parents, caregivers and extended families struggling with how to manage relationships with technology– now amplified even more with life, work and school all concentrated at home.
In our quest to stay human in a “remote nation,” join us for a panel discussion that connects you to the most important strategies to stay connected and navigate the shift in the way we work in a virtually connected 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.