Leadership

"Respect people for who they are, not what they do," Dr. Burl Randolph, Jr.
By Asha Bajaj · 1 month ago
DrBurlRandolphJr; #InspiredNotRetired; #HardWork; #Preparedness; #Humility; #Fearlessness; #Selflessness; #Creativity; #Leadeshiip; #Mentorship; #SelfImprovement; #Relaxation; #SelfEvaluation Testimonial: "'Inspired, Not Retired' is the true embodiment of inspiration, enlightenment, and self-awakening," Asha Bajaj, editorial director, publisher, and marketing of Canadian-Media ...
What Our Organizations Need Right Now
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Our organizations are crying out for change. In response to the extraordinary events of the last year and a half, we have rare opportunities right now to meet this moment. One of these is by ...
Leaders Who Invite Awe Level Up
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
I admit to having had a recent “wake-up” call about awe. I learned that it doesn’t take much to have an experience of “awe,” and the benefits are long-lasting. Admittedly, up until recently, I underestimated ...
Trigger-Training 101
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Triggers. We all have them. None of us are entirely immune. I say “entirely” because we are not helpless. We can reduce the impact that triggers have on us as leaders. Triggers are events that ...
Global Leadership Learning from Hawaii
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Leadership is a way of life. It is an expression of our full nature and unique gifts. And it starts on the inside. The problem is that most of us are unaware of what is ...
Global Leadership Learning: Are You Intentional as a Leader?
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Prior to the pandemic, I loved traveling to remote places on the globe. One of the most interesting places was Bhutan, a fascinating, tiny country in Asia, just south of Tibet and north of India. ...
How to Become an Artful Leader
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
I enjoy challenging myself with visual art, appreciating the new perspectives it offers on our human condition. I especially enjoy the opportunity to experience a completely new art form. Many of you may have seen ...
Become a “Now” Kind of Leader
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
How does one live and lead in the now, while creating the future we desire? It’s really very simple; when we learn to be present in the now, to every sensation in this moment, we ...
Monkey-Mind Management 101
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Does your mind race all day long like a scampering monkey? Welcome to Monkey Mind! Are you aware that your brain is spontaneously generating approximately 2000 thoughts per hour or 24,000 thoughts per day? Just ...
Leadership Learning from Across the Globe
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
This week we feature leadership wisdom from an extraordinary young Rwandan woman, Nadine Niyitegeka. She is a staff member and graduate of The Akilah Institute for Women in Rwanda. Nadine is one of those remarkable ...
Why Your “Why” Matters in Leadership
By Susan S. Freeman · 3 weeks ago
Whether you are a leader with teams to support you or a leader looking for a career change, knowing your purpose or “big why” is a power tool you want to have. It is a ...
5 tips to be an inspirational leader
By Saeid Ahmadi · 4 months ago
Charisma is not everything. Only when you understand the fundamental characteristics that define effective leadership can you inspire your team, foster loyalty, and drive business results. If you are a business owner you are also, ...
We are all like Icebergs
By Parrish C. Payton · 1 year ago
When we encounter another, we see their face, we see their body, we may even feel them by means of a handshake or a hug. We hear their voice; we may even pick up the ...
Professional Roles and Values
By Linda Ween · 1 year ago
The nursing career enables every individual involved in it to uphold given professional standards. The standards, also called the code of ethics, guide nurses in decision-making on a daily basis. The nursing profession also inculcates ...
Ethics entices the enrichment of morality - Warrior Credo
By Randy Gonzalez · 1 year ago
Warriors believe in ethical precepts. By neither extraneous dogma nor canonized doctrine, their ideological precepts are constantly tested over time, growth and maturity, reality and reason, against the background of myths, deceptions and sinister intentions. ...
Little Things Lead to Big Things
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen. — John Wooden I don’t play much golf. In fact, I wouldn’t call it playing at all. What can I say… God ...
What Your Hands Say About Your Personality ?
By Sarah Donalds · 1 year ago
Ever wonder what your hands say about your personality if someone approached you and said I can tell your future by just reading your palm what would you do ? would you be intrigued or ...
Values Over Morals
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
"Values are the qualities of a life lived fully from the inside out." — Laura Witworth Values Are Not Morals When I told my wife about this topic she said "hmmmm…. I’m intrigued". Chances are ...
The Movie Mentality
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate." — Carl Young Brian Tracy tells the story about the moment his life changed. He was reading at ...
Are You Giving Credit To The Thunder Or The Lightning
By Luke Crane · 1 year ago
The thunder is good, the thunder is impressive; but it is lighting that does the work. — Mark Twain When you were a kid, were you afraid of thunder? I know I was. Crazy that ...