March 2011

22
Mar

Courage-Centering at Work

Regardless of your position or title at work, ask yourself these questions to determine how you demonstrate courage-centering at work:  Do my employees or peers perceive me as courageous?  Do I feel a sense of joy in my work?  What leadership archetype would employees ascribe to me, such as the “boss, caregiver, mentor, perfectionist, sage,” etc.?  Do I strive above

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5
Mar

Finding the Courage to Shift Your Scripts

You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself. — Galileo 1.  Be willing to endure the anguish that comes with transitions. Psychologists suggest it takes three weeks to start breaking old habits such as when you’re stressed over a project you bite your nails. Becoming an observer of your stories requires concentration. Placing

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