Posts Tagged ‘Kathryn Pollack’

TRUST

Leadership Insights by Kathryn Pollack Work gets done faster and more efficiently when people trust one another. If you are striving to build a high-impact team, trust is foundational. In my work as a former professional dancer, trust was incredibly important. At a physical level, you need to trust that the person who is going…

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GRIT

Leadership Insights by Kathryn Pollack I have mistakenly viewed myself as a perfectionist. I realize now that I wasn’t striving for perfection; I was striving for excellence. Perfection is not achievable. Excellence is accessible when we dig in and get gritty. Angela Lee Duckworth popularized the concept of Grit in her book, Grit: The Power…

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FLOW for Engaged Workplaces and Fulfilled Teams

Leadership Insights by Kathryn Pollack A highly challenging task combined with a high level of skill is more likely to result in a state of flow. That being said, to be in flow, we need to believe that what we are trying to achieve is doable, or else we risk moving into a state of…

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WOMEN BUILT2SCALE: Regina Fall 2018 Accelerator Event Summary

Thank you Regina for a wonderful WOMEN BUILT2SCALE Fall 2018 Accelerator! (September 25-28, 2018) “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead 160+ ACTIVATED Leaders! 88+ INSPIRED PowHERlunch Attendees! 50+ ACTIVATED VIP Reception Guests! 30  POD + WORKSHOP Participants! 8…

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