Identify key relationships and develop an awareness of who looks to you for leadership.
Understand your leadership strengths and how to leverage them while also becoming more aware of your self-defeating behaviors.
Gather your team and colleagues to spark a dialogue on leadership.
Leaders who live their values set a more influential and inspiring example. This exercise supports you in identifying what you value most.
No one achieves lasting success on their own. Learn how to identify potential mentors in your network and build those relationships.
We all have stakeholders – individuals who are invested in our success. Identify your key stakeholders and explore how you can understand and meet their expectations.
Start a conversation with your team about the value of keeping commitments. Learn how to embrace and narrow your “Say-Do Gap.”
Host a conversation with your colleagues to explore the value of feedback and how it can make a difference in your organization.
Leaders break down challenges into aspects that they can control and aspects they cannot control. Use this grid to break down challenges as you plan to overcome them.
Start a conversation with your team about how to create a culture of accountability.
Setting a vision is critical for a leader. Use these questions as a catalyst to more clearly envision your future.
Our fast-paced lives can produce a significant, unintended consequence: burnout. Take this quiz to assesses if burnout is present in your life.
This template will help you organize and identify your priorities for the next 100 days.
Organize a group discussion to reflect on your current team environment and how you can improve it.
Service-based leaders prioritize the needs of others. This exercise will help you be more intentional with acts of service.
Confidence isn’t a skill – it’s an emotion. This group exercise will support you in exploring four confidence-developing behaviors.
Leaders take control of their inner dialogue to build lasting confidence. Discover and apply key strategies for strengthening your personal narrative.
Leaders are consistent in thought, word and deed. Use this exercise to reflect upon your priorities make them more present in your life.
Poor time management skills prevent us from being focused, effective leaders. This exercise explores eight time management best practices that will allow you to be more effective and efficient.
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