Category: Learning
Drop Your Tools April 30, 2020

It’s an enormously stressful time. Under stress we grab for the familiar. We double down on our instincts, on what ...... Continue »

The Potential Gift in this Radical Moment April 20, 2020

Well it’s been over a month of working from home and social distancing, and we can well imagine the diversity ...... Continue »

Give And Receive Feedback That Does More Good Than Harm November 22, 2019

Giving and receiving feedback can be as anxiety producing and uncomfortable as a root canal. That’s why many of us ...... Continue »

Why We Need Winter December 18, 2018

Someone asked me recently, how do you stay productive and active in winter, when it’s so tempting to just hibernate? ...... Continue »

What’s Your Network Strength? July 12, 2018

Exercise. Eat right. Meditate. Get enough sleep. When it comes to staying healthy, those are the usual suspects. But, did you ...... Continue »

The Truth About Attrition November 30, 2017

  We love this scene from the movie Coach Carter, in which Coach Carter (played by Samuel L. Jackson) delivers these ...... Continue »

Being held by an open mind March 15, 2016

At last month’s kick-off session for our Power2 Leaderlab, since it was the first in the series, we tackled confidentiality, ...... Continue »

If New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work, What Does? January 11, 2016

It’s that time of year. Redemption time.  An annual tradition when we collectively make commitments to eat less, move more, ...... Continue »

A Year in Review October 1, 2015

Two weeks ago, we said goodbye to our fabulous and fearless cohort of 11 women leaders. The first Power2 Leaderlab ...... Continue »

What’s Love Got To Do With Feedback? December 1, 2014

Of all the least loved tasks of a leader, delivering critical feedback is right up there at the top. Leaders and ...... Continue »