Small Gestures Go a Long Way

Small Gestures Go a Long Way

Studies and new analysis reveal that witnessing goodness inspires us to be kind. When we see or hear about people acting kindly or helpful, we are inspired to do the same. Even the smallest gesture can have a meaningful ripple and go a long way. Words of Kindness to...
The One Thing You Need to Cultivate a High Performing Team

The One Thing You Need to Cultivate a High Performing Team

When I first started working in the field of Learning & Development in the early 90’s, team-building and cross-functional teams was a hot topic. Everyone wanted to know how to increase performance by working better together. Flash forward nearly 30 years and...

Proper Responses to Disappointment

How well do the leaders in your organization share their disappointment? Leaders who provide constructive responses to disappointment reflect an honorable character worthy of following, describes Robin Camarote in Inc.com. This involves learning the skills of...

Unfortunate Responses to Disappointment

Have you had an unfortunate response to disappointment? I wouldn’t be surprised. We’re hard-wired to respond to stimuli with feelings first and analysis second. When we act on our emotions, before we allow time to think, we respond unfavorably to disappointment....