Journaling for Success

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-9jsdp-f1d787 It’s What Great Leader Do! Have you noticed that all the famous, admired leaders write an autobiography or a book about leadership? Amazing how they seem to recall those hundreds of stories in so much specific detail. Or perhaps it’s not amazing, but a simple case of keeping a journal. What is interesting is […]

Pride and Prejudice

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-5iw37-f12d3a You’re Biased! Now, before you go off in a huff and rant against my assertion do, please, let me explain. Everyone has biases. Actually, you have to or else your brain would drain all of your energy.         H2H Interface – Pride and Prejudice Purpose To highlight the top 10 cognitive […]

Raising Your Virtual Leadership Game with Neuroscience Hacks

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-bjqtg-ef6535 ¿How can we use Neuroscience to become better leaders? Critter brain and Smart Brain Let me start my explaining that our brains have two key parts as far as we are concerned. What some call our more primitive brain – the part that is concerned with the lower essential functions of our survival – […]

Overcome the Challenges of Leading From Home

Purpose: You’ll understand the three biggest mindshifts our survey respondents discovered when learning how to better lead and work from home. And some powerful neuroscience hacks to help ease transition to the new normal in working. Process: I’ll share the top MindShift! results from our survey and highlight the most pertinent aspects of leading from […]

All The Faces In The World Are Mirrors.

Long ago in a small, far away village, there was place known as the House of 1000 Mirrors. A small, happy little dog learned of this place and decided to visit. When he arrived, he bounced happily up the stairs to the doorway of the house. He looked through the doorway with his ears lifted […]

What’s your Mindset?

Encourage Two Mindsets When I first started training and coaching more than 30 years ago I found that there were two distinct types of client or participant: Those who were motivated and eager to learn, did so and enjoyed great results, and became more successful, and Those who believed that they didn’t need to be […]

Thriving on Purpose in Difficult Times

Purpose: To equip you with purpose to lead and inspire your staff and to manage uncertainty with command intent, to emerge powerfully, ready for the new normal. Process: I’ll explain how uncertainty causes stress because our brain craves certainty, purpose, and direction and lastly how you can be a different type of leader, the sort […]