Intelligent optimism does not deny the reality of today’s world, but rather seeks to LEARN how to fashion a life amid such difficulties.
Author Archive | Eileen McDargh
Let me throw out a word that we often don’t attach to work and yet I think it is a word of redemption, of contribution, of achievement, of community, and ultimately, of legacy.
Create a gathering of women and stand back. The energy reborn from conversation, caring, compassion and concern can move a community, a business, and a nation into a higher place.
A recent canoe trip on the Boundary Waters in Northern Minnesota offered wonderful lessons on how leaders can unknowingly screw up.
Workplace workouts, in the context of learning, can promise growth, stamina, productivity, AND ultimately profitable performance.
Explore with me how some of the multitude of definitions for the word “leader” actually serve as a performance standard for leadership.
In a data-driven world, facts and figures are the order of the day in sales calls, employee meetings, board rooms, and political assemblies. But what truly moves us as human beings, what prompts us into action, is emotion.
Within the word “resilience” are actions we can take to reclaim our bounce-back ability.