Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

Motherhood and Leadership

All mothers have a unique way of relating to our mothering. Yet like most things, we all share some common threads, too. What if one of those common threads was that we related to motherhood as leadership? In their book, Co-Active Leadership, Karen and Henry Kimsey-House say: “Everyone has within them the capacity to lead,…

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What is Coaching?

Imagine. You have someone in your life that listens for your aliveness and champions your victories. This same person walks with you as you navigate challenges, holds you accountable, and helps you remember what you stand for when you’ve forgotten. She does all this with no agenda of her own but to support you in…

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The Loneliness in Conformity

True belonging is not passive. It’s not the belonging that comes with just joining a group. It’s not fitting in or pretending or selling out because it’s safer. It’s a practice that requires us to be vulnerable, get uncomfortable, and learn how to be present with people without sacrificing who we are. We want true…

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25 Lessons Learned Over The Past 20 Years

As we prepare to launch our first Heart of Leadership programs on Thursday, I took a moment this weekend to reflect.  20 years ago, I entered my freshman year in high school – ready to make new friends and take on the world.  The journey since those days of a smile full of braces has…

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