Like many of us, I learned to push feelings away. My 2-year-old “encouraged” me to find a new approach, and it “magically” changed our struggle into a beautiful connection. Now if I can just remember to keep practicing this!
Shaming Walter Palmer and Cecil the Lion are all over social media this week. What is shame, and is shaming a force for positive change?
If we want to become more intentional and carefully RESPOND to the challenges we face each day, we need to understand the surprising process of learning – it’s not just like riding a bike!
What creates that vital energy we all need in life… at work… in school? Can we increase it? The free #VITALITY conference in March will show us how!
The neuroscience is fascinating, emotions are immediate biological signals, feelings come later, and moods build up over time.
A Vital Organization is one where people are meaningfully engaged in doing the work that matters. How do we get there? Three key principles leaders can follow to increase vitality; Measure it, fuel it, direct it.
After 100 years of research, there’s little agreement on the definition of intelligence or how to measure IQ. Yet Adam Grant insists cognitive skill trumps all, and “Emotional Intelligence Is Overrated.” His critique is wrong, but important.
If the we’re in a world of rapid change, then we better stop using the Rules of Management created in the 17th Century. Here are the 3 postcards that every manager needs on the wall today