Avoidable Leadership Failures, Mistakes, and Disappointments

Brené Brown’s grounded theory research shows there are four pillars of courage that are foundational pre-requisites and amplifiers for all leadership development, and for building courageous organizational cultures. These four pillars are 1) vulnerability, 2) clarity of values, 3) building trust, and 4) rising skills for dealing with setbacks, disappointments, and mistakes. What gets in…

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Rising Strong™ for Leaders Navigating Change and Transition is coming again to San Diego April 28!

For leaders, entrepreneurs, organization change makers, and culture shifters: If you or someone you know have ever had a setback, made mistakes, failed, experienced job loss, downsized your first team member, received or gave hard news in the last year, or if you want to be able to go through tough experiences and come out…

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Second date and location added – Rising Strong™ for Leaders Navigating Change and Transition in Carlsbad June 8!

For leaders, entrepreneurs, organization change makers, and culture shifters: If you or someone you know have ever had a setback, made mistakes, failed, experienced job loss, downsized your first team member, received or gave hard news in the last year, or if you want to be able to go through tough experiences and come out…

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Why Navigating Change is Hard

We can’t chart a brave new course until we recognize exactly where we are, get curious about how we got there, and decide where we want to go. – Brené Brown A high performing leader’s job often requires a consistent, heavy dose of intensive thinking and concentration. This activity heavily taxes the mind and requires…

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Rising Strong™ for Leaders Navigating Change and Transition workshop in San Diego in October!

For leaders, entrepreneurs, organization change makers, and culture shifters: If you or someone you know have had a setback, made mistakes, failed, experienced job loss, downsized your first team member, received or gave hard news in the last year or if you want to be able to go through tough experiences and come out the…

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Navigating a Busy Season

Busy seasons can often seem overwhelming and exhausting. Rather than just capitulating to all the demands and competing priorities, we have options and choices for being intentional in navigating a busy season and focusing on what’s important for positive growth. Here are some practices of successful leaders who have experienced positive results and personal peak…

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Notice Your Pace

Are you aware, and intentional, of your current pace? Are you racing, wanting to sprint with a closing kick to the finish line, or motivated for completing an important task or milestone accomplishment? Are you clearing the deck so you can head off for a vacation? Many leaders are wired and/or conditioned to be highly…

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How Long Does It Take to Do a One Hour Task?

The answer seems obvious. How long should it take to do a one hour task? One hour. How long does it take? Our actions and behaviors often indicate otherwise. Research studies have shown that the average worker typically has consistent focus on a task for just three to eleven minutes before we are interrupted by…

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Conquering Overwhelm

One of the most common issues I encounter with executives is being overwhelmed, juggling and prioritizing tasks. They are managing complexity and processing massive volumes of data, all while maintaining a high need for insightful thinking and knowing the deep importance of building and maintaining relationships. I’ve interviewed leaders and teams in the midst of…

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Going All In

What does it mean to you to be “all in” as a leader? Have you ever heard the expression, “Leave your emotions at the door?” How does this reconcile with being all in? Being all in is actively practicing authenticity every day. Opening ourselves to be fully seen, dropping the veneer, heavy baggage, and protective…

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