"You Owe You" by Dr. Eric Thomas is an incredibly empowering book that delivers a much-needed message in today's world.
Many people in corporate America crave a sense of direction and a justifiable reason for what they are contributing to their companies.
"The Charge" is a motivational book that aims to inspire readers to live a fully charged life.
My reading of "Data Cartels" written by Sarah Lamdan has been, I'm sorry to say, a painful six months in the making, even for an avid reader like me.
I'm more spiritual and consistently meditating. I guess you could say that I've become more curious.
A difficult conversation can be a discussion about an uncomfortable topic or a negative experience where the goal is to share different perspectives and build mutual understanding.
Oh god, we've all been through this one at some point in our careers. Dealing with a difficult person. Right? It's a challenge, awkward, and it can get better with a little bit of know-how.
Let's be fair. Accountability is not given. It's a journey, and leaders have a clear role in creating a culture of accountability.
Leadership is not a series of natural traits rooted in nature, and neither is authentic leadership. It's a skillset honed over time, with a tone of practice and many, many mistakes, and then at some point, you hope you get it right.
I felt this insatiable desire to shake off the last two years. I can't easily explain why, but it wasn't due to the pandemic or the numerous lockdowns imposed by our ruling government.
But there came a time that we had to evolve our culture. It was no longer appropriate and comfortable to have the culture represent such a small minority.