Leading with Emotional Courage
Listen to Peter coaching a client on a challenge requiring Emotional Courage.
CONFIDENCE IN SELF
How to Actually Start the Task You’ve Been Avoiding
Think about something you’re having a hard time getting started on, something important to you.
Emily Fletcher – zivaONLINE
Meditation rescued her from stress and transformed her life. Now, she’s bringing a powerful but relatively uncommon meditation practice to the world.
Bill Burnett and Dave Evans – Designing Your Life
Are you stuck in a rut? You can’t just think your way to a better future, say Bill Burnett and Dave Evans, you have to design it.
Tracy Goodwin – Captivate the Room
How can we use our voices to show up more powerfully in a room? The most important thing isn’t what you say, it’s how you say it.
Connection with Others
Kim Scott – Radical Candor
Are you afraid telling your employees the hard truth will make you seem like a jerk? Both praise and criticism should show you care.
The Next Time You Want to Complain at Work, Do This Instead
Imagine the productivity gain of reducing all those complaining hours.
Commitment to Purpose
Jim Kouzes – The Leadership Challenge
What separates extraordinary leaders from those who under-perform? Over thirty years ago, Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner set out to answer that question.
Which Way to Change?
“I’m not sure whether we have a leadership problem, or a team problem,” my client’s panicked call began. “But either way, we have a problem.”
How to Lead when You’re Feeling Afraid
How can you inspire your team to achieve the impossible when you yourself are feeling afraid and uncertain about how — and whether — you can achieve it?
A personal approach to organizational time management
Improving the fit between the priorities of managers, their direct reports, and their supervisors—all the way up to the CEO—is a good place to start.
Lisa Feldman Barrett – How Emotions Are Made
Are we at the mercy of our emotions? As it turns out, we can control them more than we think.
How to Build Your Emotional Courage Muscle
Following through on things that don’t matter much isn’t so hard, but what’s important to us is often scarier.