For Professionals and Organizations
When we lead – life and work – with intention and purpose, our actions are meaningful and we motivate by example. Finding purpose in us and others deepens our connections and allows us to show up, authentically and unapologetically, in every situation.
Are you ready to Own Your Step?
Food for Thought
By MARTIN E. P. SELIGMAN and JOHN TIERNEYMAY We are misnamed. We call ourselves Homo sapiens, the “wise man,” but that’s more of a boast than a description. What makes us wise? What sets us apart from other animals? Various answers have been proposed — language,...read more
"The modern economies that will undergo a fourth industrial revolution will not be those that worship machines, but those that support human creativity." by Itai Palti Growth in the first industrial revolution was driven by engineering, the second through electricity...read more
The research is clear: when we choose humble, unassuming people as our leaders, the world around us becomes a better place. by Margarita Mayo Humble leaders improve the performance of a company in the long run because they create more collaborative environments. They...read more
How many times do we see a business leader make a decision without a lot of data, seemingly without deliberation, and make the right call? Not very often, in the “western” world. But every so often we encounter that rare leader who makes impossible decisions and, time...read more
It’s no secret that employees and leaders see the importance of purpose in business. What does it really mean to bring purpose to life for employees, and why does it matter for the business? In a time of heightened stakeholder expectations, business leaders are...read more
You will never figure out "how'' until you are clear on "why." By David Koji Asking ourselves "why" is generally a reactionary response after we have done something. Why did I do that? Or, why do I continue to do something? In the business world, "why" cannot be an...read more