If you are an executive approaching retirement, you could live twenty to thirty or possibly more years of active, healthy, engaging time with no obligations other than doing what you want. For some, this feels scary. For others, there’s a feeling of excitement and freedom. Most of us feel both.
What can you do to make a difference for the people you encounter every day? Learn how a simple gesture, a kind word or a show of compassion can help others while helping you become a better person.
Your odds of starting a company that experiences scale growth, becoming really profitable, only increase with age. Years of working at an established company can payoff by teaching you the tradecraft of sales, managing a workforce and negotiating with suppliers.
There is a misconception that presence is the ability to command a room, to be the loudest voice. But presence comes from having the capacity to understand and feel what another person is experiencing by putting yourself into the other person’s frame of reference, and fully engaging in that moment, practicing mindful listening, and ignoring […]
Resiliency is not about bouncing “back.” It’s about growing through challenge as well as opportunity. Join resiliency expert Eileen McDargh as she provides you with four actions to practice in order to build resiliency as a critical life skill.
Want to prepare for the challenges that life throws at you? Learn the skills and actions that can be cultured, developed, and taken before you need to be resilient.
Almost all changes, even the biggest and best ones, involve pain and loss of some kind. At the very least, they almost always involve fear. We tend to seek and fear change at the same time, which is one of the many reasons it can be emotionally confusing.
Don’t respond with knee-jerk reactions or lash out in frustration or anger when the status quo is unacceptable. Constructive impatience builds a case for carefully crafted actions that elicit collaboration and cooperation rather than anger.
When we find and work within our purpose, we are settled, content, fulfilled, centered and confident in the work that we do, as it fits like a glove. It feels natural and intuitive. When you step into your purpose, you will know it.
Is everyone equally equipped to become a CEO so that anyone who strives hard enough can be a strong leader? Or are some of us born with a propensity for leadership, providing us with a distinct advantage from the start?