Crisis Leadership: What kind of a leader do you want to be?

A crisis is what defines a person and brings out either the best or the worst in them. It’s the same when it comes to leadership, a health come economic crisis like exactly what we are facing today will determine who is a real leader, has strong values and principles to guide others who areRead more ⟶

How to survive making the hard decisions

Outward Bound Australia, where I spent ten years of my life, announced they are going into hibernation due to Covid19. After the fires wiped out a lot of their outdoor operating areas in National Parks, the cancellation of programs through the winter was a death knell. They’ve let go of all but five of theirRead more ⟶

Hope…It’s My Super Power!

Simpler Times Today’s Brilliant Glimpse of Insight is based on a piece written by C.S. Lewis in 1939, when he said, “I think it is important to try to see the present calamity in a true perspective. The war creates no absolutely new situation: it simply aggravates the permanent human situation so that we canRead more ⟶

The Eye of the Hurricane: Leadership in the Age of COVID-19

For those in leadership positions, the coronavirus crisis is an unprecedented challenge. As we navigate the new normal for ourselves and for our loved ones, we carry the added responsibility of steering our organizations through uncertain times.  In times of crisis the need for leadership comes into sudden, clear focus — and, by the sameRead more ⟶

How to Embrace and Navigate Change to Create Success

Amidst these unprecedented, worrisome and challenging times, I am more so than ever, eternally grateful for the fact that as an Entrepreneur, I have already acclimated to living and working in isolation, while continuously spreading my #LivingFearlessly message to the collective. I believe fear has always been at the crux for what has kept people immobilized, stuck, unfulfilled,Read more ⟶

Leadership in difficult times

Tough times are defining moments in a leader’s career.  Moments that result in greatness or mediocrity. Great leaders emerge whether difficulty stems from economic conditions, social upheaval, medical emergencies or unforeseen changes in direction that challenges them and their teams to the limit. During these times leaders need to conceive a new vision, create beliefRead more ⟶

How to Be a Strong Leader Remotely

There may come a time when you must manage a team remotely. When this happens, many worry about a hindrance to productivity and not being an effective leader. In order to still be a great leader remotely, it’s important to follow these tips: Prioritize Communication Much like if you were working in the office, it’sRead more ⟶

Opportunity is Now: Three Areas to Invest in Yourself

The Coronavirus pandemic continues to accelerate globally. The number of cases is doubling and more cities, states, and countries are practicing social distancing and self-quarantine. From all the news feeds and media alerts on the Coronavirus, businesses have chosen either to close, reduce down and/or assign regular 9 to 5 staff to work remotely. ThisRead more ⟶

How To Reduce Damaging Conflict In Your Life, Work And Relationships

Part of the series “Accessing the Most Powerful You” As we all know, some degree of conflict in our work and personal relationships is unavoidable. Human beings are organisms with very different values, upbringings beliefs, mindsets and approaches to achieving their goals. And living and working together inevitably generates disagreements in how we see lifeRead more ⟶