Publicly-traded companies share an assumed goal: to maximize shareholder value. But most companies in the world are not publicly traded; they are owned by families or controlled by individuals. These should
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So many of us are overwhelmed at work. When you’re a manager, you need to deal with your own stress as well as your team’s. In a recent workshop I led, a leader expressed that she was losing her grip her
Eight months ago, we welcomed our third child. In the past, we’ve written about how to navigate careers, stress, and even “annual planning.” You’d think we’d be prepared for wonderful but disruptive life
I’m working with a CEO who’s in the midst of rethinking her company’s strategy so it can better meet customer demands and thrive financially. These are major changes that will affect every aspect of how
This author struggled to adhere to the advice of “just think positive thoughts,” until she found a form of optimism. As someone with anxiety, I’ve heard that piece of well-intended advice a few times.
We are living in an age of acceleration. All manner of goods can be ordered online and delivered within hours. The next date is a swipe away. Even exercise and meditation are now accessed via apps and
Are you successful at coaching your employees? In our years studying and working with companies on this topic, we’ve observed that when many executives say “yes,” they’re ill-equipped to answer the question.
Novak Djokovic writes open letter revealing mental and physical struggles he overcame for 'magical' Wimbledon success
Novak Djokovic has posted an open letter on his website about the mental hurdles he had to overcome to win this year's Wimbledon - the joy of which he described as "the most wonderful" of his career. a
Engagement and accountability are critical elements for growth, productivity and profitability in any organization. But in this fast-paced twenty-first century age of disruption, improving engagement accountability
The stigma of asking for or being assigned an executive coach is vanishing quickly. The growth of the industry tells us so. In the U.S. alone, $1 billion was spent on business, personal and relationship