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.
Part 2 – The Gateway to Quantum Leaps in What’s Possible for Us as Humans
Use our P.A.U.S.E. tools to create a better life. We are standing at the gateway of opportunity – ready to create more compassionate, more satisfying, and more productive lives for ourselves, our families, our businesses, and…
Part 1 – The Gateway to Quantum Leaps for What Is Possible for Us as Humans
“We are in a whole-system transition, one of the greatest and most vulnerable, volatile times in human history. It is a breakdown to break through.” – Jean Houston. Are you feeling as though nothing is certain anymore? Are you watching the world scene and feeling a bit helpless…
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…
Improving Your Life: Exercises in Receiving
Improving Your Life: The Art and Science of Taking and Receiving. Are you interested in learning the 4 Simple Steps to Ensure You’re Getting the Most out of Life? Great! Read On! “How good are you at receiving?” The other day in our Ryzio support video conference we explored this question. (Read the 4 step outline…
The Mindful Pause: A Component of Mindfulness
What is the Mindful Pause? Traditionally a component of “mindfulness” it can be thought of simply as “a moment of full present awareness”. A simple example of mindfulness happened a few days ago when my husband, Ken, and I met with Hilary Jacobs Hendel, author of “It’s Not Always Depression“, and her husband, Jon Hendel. Sitting…
6 Quick, Surefire Tips to Deal with Difficult People and Situations
Article By Marti Glenn, Ph.D. Josh thought he was just having a conversation with a colleague; then things went south, and everything blew up. They both got angry; nasty accusations flew and their voices got louder and louder. At the end of the fight, they each felt bad internally, and distrustful of the other. It…