Words Create Worlds: Joy
Greetings for Joy in 2021 were plentiful this year. The year 2020 has given many reasons to wish others Joy in the coming year. More importantly, this unprecedented time challenged us to seek Joy from within and not depend on our circumstances or the people around us to give us Joy.
Words Create Worlds: Empathy
Talking about the virtues of empathy is not the same as demonstrating it through our words and actions. It is no longer a "soft skill," but an essential one as we all cope with the roller coaster of emotions associated with the dramatic disruption in our work and...
Words Create Worlds: Power
What does "Power" mean to you? Power can be the energy that fuels a car or lights up a city. We often speak of power in the context of leaders who possess a unique ability to take charge or influence people and events to get results. We have so many associated...
Words Create Worlds: Why Not? And the Red Chairs
Using the word “red” can mean different things, depending on your perspective and experience. For some, it suggests STOP. For others, fire, anger, or good fortune come to mind.
Words Create Worlds (And So Do Questions)
In today’s complex, uncertain world, no one has all the answers. Questions and how you engage others in discovering what you don’t know are the solution to navigating what’s next.
A Must Read Is Factfulness-Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World…
In this VUCA world, Hans Rosling’s book will give you new insights and a world perspective through both data and ten human instincts that can distort meaning, alter our outlook, and impact our decision and solutions.
What Do You Want? What Do You Really, Really Want?
Values Reveal the Path to What You Really Want. Values are no longer just for corporate walls. They become our north star in a world where change and transition are routine.
Do You Listen to Understand or Listen to Connect?
How listening to connect can engage others, spark innovation and build trust in our organizations, communities and families.
Looking Back to Look Forward
Try this process and explore these questions to take an inventory of your past and focus on your future.
It’s Easy! Or Not?
It’s Easy. I’ve said it. You’ve said it. Yes, those words leave someone’s lips every day. Really? What we often don’t admit or acknowledge is that it isn’t always that easy. It Starts with Technology. It is changing at break-neck speed. Whether you are running...