It’s easy to remember beginnings and endings. But there are so many moments in between. If we’re interested in making the middle memorable, focus is key.
How do you determine focus? Is a wide-angle focus necessary, or is a zoom-in required? Your focus matters for positive impact.
How do you navigate questionable leadership? What helps you decide when it’s time to comply or when it’s time to advocate for yourself?
We can make the best of a situation when we’ve been dealt the worst. Professionals can trust their skills and find the positive perspective.
Stepping away is a chance to consider a different perspective and make important changes. Sometimes our best leadership lies on the other side of vacation.
The decision making struggle can be fraught with tension. How do you proceed when you discover you’ve made the dreaded bad choice?
Change leadership and common good need a tight intersection. Both are about good ethics, dignity, and corporate citizenship.
During the long, warm days of summer, it’s tempting to pack our schedules and do “the most.” Maya James makes a case, instead, for being in the moment.
While it is possible to win at work and succeed at life at the same time, many of us sabotage ourselves and burn out instead.
Whether our clutter is in a closet or on a bookshelf, Evaluating Stuff is essential. We must think about what we own, and how it impacts who we’ve been and who we’d like to become.
Spreading kindness is typically encouraged because of the effects it has on the recipients. But what if we chose to be kind for a more selfish reason?
The greatest generational risk is generational entitlement, and it is not where you think. It is not on Millennials or Gen Z.