I offer ideas for how you can shed the separateness of years past and invite you to rise like the phoenix, find wholeness, and see just how connected we all are.
Join executive coach Michael S. Seaver for a free webinar about developing professional emotional intelligence on Thursday, December 17th at 11:00 am Arizona.
Americans are feeling stressed out. Would you like to release your and your team's stress? These five tips will help you lead with empathy, and enjoy the olive oil.
Humans seem to bounce back after times of great upheaval like the one we’re in. These 10 questions offer insight into how you're progressing into your life's next phase.
Instead of focusing solely on an event's effects, consider investing time to explore diverse sources of information, resist the urge to judge those involved, and find ways to share your life's experiences.
When I was 15 years old, I spent many hours outside of school working in my family’s landscaping, lawn maintenance, and snow removal business. I was given a leadership role and expected to manage employees, even though I didn’t have training or the capacity to do so well.
In May of 2019, I was steeped in loss. I’d split with my partner in August of 2018 and made personal and business growth my priority, making a decision to focus on myself.
Change is everywhere. Emotions are contagious. Here are six strategies your organization can deploy to make your workplace more human, more innovative, more productive.
As I shared last month, one of my high school teachers, Mr. Eslick, invited me to return to my hometown to speak to current Montague High School students about my career and journey to today.
Next week, I'm speaking to my high school about how my life's experiences, education and mentors helped me become a speaker/coach/consultant.
To benefit the employee and the organization, having a team performance coach can integrate employees’ work and home lives into an authentic whole.
To kick off […]
For many people, 2018 was a pretty challenging year. I know it was for me, and my guess is the year was pretty up and down for you, too. If you’re still reeling, now is the time to move on from a place of disruption to a place of growth.
Society is becoming more accepting of and willing to celebrate human differences. But, it is still challenging to live authentically daily because of our willingness (or lack thereof) to confront our fears.
This article was first published on BestCompaniesUSA’s website.
Helen Keller […]