Using Conscious Language to Build Safe Spaces

The use of conscious language helps reinforce positive patterns in the workplace and strengthen the bond between team members. Conscious language helps us become more empathetic when delivering feedback and create a space where everyone feels safe to express themselves.

Leadership Redefined: Embracing Emerging Paradigms and Re-examining What It Means To Lead

Embracing emerging leadership philosophies doesn’t mean hierarchy needs to disappear, but it does need to become dynamic. Leadership isn’t held consistently by a small group of individuals. It shifts based on who has the most knowledge and experience in a specific context. Every leader has to face challenges, but they don’t have to do it on their own.

Want to Build a Culture of Accountability? You Need This First

How awesome would it be if everyone on your team acted like an owner? It’s part of the founder dream. When the team thinks and acts as I do, I’ll be able to step back for a bit, take a restful vacation.

So why isn’t everyone as accountable as you, the founder CEO?

Many answers exist to this question. All are rooted in the same soil.

Turning Training Into Personal Development

Great training should be able to address needs that are important for the organization, but the training should be able to do it in a way that leverages someone’s unique talents.

Decision Making

One of the hard truths about traditional organizations is that decision making tends to be a mystery. There is rarely clarity or transparency around who makes which decisions or how they are made. Even in organizations where there is an internal “consultation practice” or regular brainstorming sessions to elicit opinions, the way decisions are made often remains obscure.