Posts Tagged ‘Leadership Insights’

CONNECTION

Leadership Insights by Kathryn Pollack Connection is the heart of our human experience. This is relatively clear to us in our personal lives. Where we can run into trouble and completely miss out is not acknowledging that professional relationships hold the heart of our work-life experience. After all, we are the same humans at work…

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Intuition

Leadership Insights by Jay-Ann Gilfoy Reflecting on my learning journey. Leading a new organization with lofty goals can be daunting: Inspiring a bold vision, recruiting and engaging a new team, exploring how to implement smart technology and processes, figuring out how to position our market value, and building customer relationships all simultaneously. Each one of these…

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TRUST

Leadership Insights by Kathryn Pollack Connection is the heart of our human experience. This is relatively clear to us in our personal lives. Where we can run into trouble and completely miss out is not acknowledging that professional relationships hold the heart of our work-life experience. After all, we are the same humans at work…

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Balance for Better

Leadership Insights by Jay-Ann Gilfoy Reflecting on my learning journey. Leading a new organization with lofty goals can be daunting: Inspiring a bold vision, recruiting and engaging a new team, exploring how to implement smart technology and processes, figuring out how to position our market value, and building customer relationships all simultaneously. Each one of these…

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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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The Competitive Advantage of Social Good

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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Taking Risks

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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