Category: Learning
Reflection Friday: Being in the Right RoomMay 28, 2021

We love this quote from James Clear’s “3-2-1 Thursday” newsletter: “It’s usually more important to be in the right room than ...... Continue »

How Thinking Like a Biologist Can Help You Create and Sustain ChangeMay 11, 2021

More often than not – about 70% of the time  – an organization’s efforts to create and sustain significant change ...... Continue »

Reflection Friday: April EditionApril 30, 2021

Reflection is an essential ingredient for growth, whether personal or professional, and it’s a key component of the Power² Leaderlab ...... Continue »

Drop Your ToolsApril 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 MomentApril 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 HarmNovember 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 WinterDecember 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 AttritionNovember 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 mindMarch 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 »