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How to Be Resilient

How to Be Resilient Hello, and welcome back!  With the warmer temperatures, a light at the end of this pandemic tunnel, and all the new Spring blooms cropping up, it seems to be getting just a little easier to rest in hope!  The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone differently, and for many, it’s been a…

Leadership in the Times of COVID-19: Part 2

The New Year is here, along with all of the hope and celebration it typically brings. This year, however, people have a lot more to say about the last 12 months than they usually do! There’s no denying it: 2020 was pretty rough on a lot of people, and we are all desperately clinging to the…

Leadership in the Times of COVID-19: Part 1

A crisis can bring out both the best and the worst in all of us, and the current COVID-19 Pandemic certainly qualifies as a crisis. Simply recognizing this fact can act as a dramatic first step towards managing this global crisis in your own personal and professional sphere. How is your organization holding up? How…

Why Is Leadership So Hard?

Welcome back!  How have these first two months of the year been treating you? We ask because we know that in leadership while kicking off the year can be energizing and productive, it can also be stressful. So, we’re checking in to let you know that leadership is hard, and that it’s okay to feel…

The Three Components of Change

Welcome Back!  In our last post, we started talking about a pretty hefty topic: Change. Specifically, we talked about why it’s important, even though it has the potential to wreak havoc in our lives.  The quick, boiled-down recap of that is that change forces us to find creative solutions and prevents stagnation in both the…

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…