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Coming to Terms with Change

There’s no way around it: Change Is Hard.  Whether it’s as monumental as moving to a new city or as seemingly inconsequential as your favorite cereal getting discontinued, it can upend our entire lives. It’s also the one thing we can always depend on. Things are going to change, and there’s nothing we can do…

The Power in Strengths

Welcome back to the Pathway Blog!  Today we’re talking about something that plays a big part in a successful, cohesive workplace: the StrengthsFinder assessment.  This is one of our favorite things to talk about and plays a major role in our Leadership University program. If you have further questions about how the StrengthsFinder assessment can…

Feeling “In the Grip?” We can help!

We hope this blog post finds you enjoying the last few weeks of summer! But let’s be real — it’s Nebraska — the summer heat is probably going to stick around. With “Back to School” ads and “End of Summer Blowout!” sales bombarding us more and more each day, it’s easy to be overcome with…

Myers-Briggs: In the Grip

Greetings! Claressa and Martha here, and we’re happy to be back on the Pathway Design Group Blog talking about one of our FAVORITE topics: navigating the workplace using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator!  This is a tool – almost a philosophy, really – that we use frequently here at Pathway, as we work with groups and…

Social Skill

We’re so happy to see you back! Our last blog post dealt with the topic of Empathy, and how important it can be to view your team with an appropriate level of compassion. This week, we’re delving into the fifth and final theme of Emotional Intelligence (EQ): Social Skill. Claressa: So, here we are at…

Empathy

It’s so great to have you back! Our last blog post centered around motivation, the 3rd theme in our emotional intelligence (EQ) series. This week, we’re thrilled to chat with you all about the 4th theme: Empathy. Martha: This 4th theme, empathy, is one of my personal favorites. In all our work with Myers Briggs…

Motivation

Welcome back! We’re excited to continue down the path of Emotional Intelligence (also known as “EQ”)! The past few weeks, we’ve been working through the five different themes of EQ, and today we’re focusing on theme three: Motivation. Claressa: I get pretty excited when we talk about motivation from an EQ perspective. I think what…

Self-Regulation

We’re back, and we’re continuing our discussion about emotional intelligence! Today’s blog post surrounds the next item on our emotional intelligence list — self-regulation! Read on to learn about this necessary skill, and find out how it can bolster a leader and his or her effectiveness. Claressa: Self-regulation is fascinating. Like any behavioral trait, it…

Self-Awareness

Hello again! In our last blog post, we (Martha and Claressa) discussed Leadership University — a program designed to help leaders truly understand the concept of “self as leader.” This discussion led to a mention of “emotional intelligence” and the five components that work together to make it so important. We think emotional intelligence is…

Leadership University for Emotional Intelligence

Hi, everyone! Martha and Claressa here again, and we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to discuss something pretty exciting: Leadership University! Leadership University is a new program we’ve created, designed specifically with leaders in mind. Our goal with the program is to work with clients to truly understand the concept of “self as a leader.”…

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