Trip Prepping As a Way of Being: 3 Clients, 4 Countries, 8 Days I’m writing this at 35,000 feet on leg #1 of a hop skip through Brussels, Tunbridge Wells, and Istanbul; then back to Nashville by next Wednesday. Not an unusual itinerary – I know many of you can relate. As I was getting [...]
It’s essential that we identify the sources of fatigue that drain our vitality as well as figure out how to find and regain our equilibrium when we’re thrown off-balance. But there’s an underestimated source of vitality that leaders are often prone to overlook: having enough fun.
The journey begins to becoming a healthy, vital leader begins by identifying sources of fatigue. In this post, we’ll examine how to find our equilibrium, which I believe is a better goal than trying to achieve “balance” — and more doable.
How do you know if you’ve found the right facilitator? What skills, personality traits, and experience do you want and need in an effective facilitator?
My job provides me with the opportunity to work with leaders and organizations around the world as an executive coach and a facilitator. While I find that many people “get” the idea of what a coach does, they don’t always grasp how useful a facilitator can be — and how a facilitator can help their team achieve great results.
One of the traditions in many American households is to gather around the dinner table on Thanksgiving Day and have each person express reasons for being thankful that year. How will you take time to give thanks for the meaningful relationships in your life?
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