Group Work Empowers Business Leaders
This article by Marti Glenn Ph.D. highlights the benefits of Group Work for business leaders, business teams as well as individuals.
Within a small group setting, it is now known that we can quickly experience and embody each of the three primary things research indicates we need to transform our lives, have healthy relationships, and make a difference in the world.
The Power of Embodied Leadership
This article by Marti Glenn Ph.D. is an exploration of the power and benefits of Embodied Leadership for today’s effective business teams.
Embodied Leadership is a proven and powerful tool for today’s businesses that integrates humanistic insights with business knowledge. Today’s business leaders can create and manage effective and sustainable work environments that help employees and companies truly succeed.
Adopting A Beginner’s Mind: Getting the Most From Every Experience
Many times I have robbed myself of learning, from getting the most from an experience by telling myself, “I know this stuff. In fact, I teach it!” I have to remind myself to slow down and just be open and curious. I have learned that for any of us to benefit from resources we must…
The Leader’s Edge: Listening
It is said we have two ears and one mouth for a reason. Listening is definitely a skill and not one we are usually taught in school. And, often we have few examples of people who have genuinely listened to us. Let’s look at a few seemingly simple principles guaranteed to help you have more…
The Leader’s Edge: Respect and Caring
There are three critical requirements for creating a culture of trust in the workplace: Authenticity, respect and caring and deep listening. Leaders must focus on their own authenticity and provide safety and support for their employees to do the same. (See The Leader’s Edge: Finding Authenticity for more on creating authenticity.) They must show respect…
The Leader’s Edge: Finding Authenticity
Harvard Business School professor, Francis Frei, has said that the most important element in creating trust in your organization is authenticity. Creating a culture of trust is not so much about what you do as who you are, how you show up, how you communicate: being authentically you! And, as a leader, helping your people…
The Leader’s Edge: The Requirements to Build a Culture of Trust
How do you know if you have a culture of trust in your company, your division, your team? Is the culture at your workplace open and supportive? Do you and your colleagues feel safe to bring all of your skills and talents to the job? Is there an attitude of respect for differences, including people…