Three habits of trusted people

Three habits of trusted people

Stephen R. Covey wrote in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, “Trust is the glue of life. It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.” There are probably millions of...
Consequences at work

Consequences at work

When we think of the word “consequences” a number of negative emotions can be triggered – shame, pain, deprivation or other unfavorable feelings. So do consequences always have to have a gloomy connotation? What is the right role for consequences at...
The one thing you can do

The one thing you can do

While Abby Wambach’s book, WOLFPACK: How to Come Together, Unleash our Power and Change the Game. may seem to be a book on women’s leadership, it is really a book for everyone and the choices we make. In every situation, you can make a choice that embodies...
Make fear your friend

Make fear your friend

Economic uncertainty. Health concerns. Isolation. There are plenty of things to fear in the midst of a pandemic. How can fear hurt your leadership? Can fear be transformed into an amplifier for good? In our latest book, “What Great Teams Do Great: How Ordinary...
Overcome implicit bias

Overcome implicit bias

The United States (and much of the world) is engaged in a profound re-examination of race, racism and the systemic bias that has largely been deemed “not a big deal” by many white people and experienced as trauma and violence by persons of color. Key to...