What We're Thinking: Blog

02 Nov

Lean In, Lean Out—What’s a Woman to Do?

Martha CarlsonBy Martha Carlson

I was born too late to have been inspired by the wave of the feminist movement led by Gloria Steinem and her contemporaries, and I wasn’t wearing a bra yet when women were burning them. The origin of the feminist movement can be traced back to the 14th century when Christine de Pizan, a French

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05 Oct

Four Mindfulness Practice Benefits for CEOs

Barb Krantz TaylorBy Barb Krantz Taylor

Mindful leadership training integrates the practice of mindfulness meditation with the practical tools of management. Here are just a few of the results of a regular mindfulness practice: Stress reduction More clarity and focus More patience and gratitude Better self-awareness Increased neuroplasticity in our brains to assist in the changing of long-held patterns/habits of thinking/behaving

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28 Sep

Welcoming the Benefits of Unexpected Turnover

Martha CarlsonBy Martha Carlson

In early June, I wrote a blog titled “When It’s Time to Help Someone Off the Bus,” addressing what to do when you recognize that someone on your team can’t or won’t get on board with the transformation you are working to influence in your organization. But what happens when someone on your team steps

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