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  • Choose Gratitude

    Nov 16 2017

    Jean-Francois Cousin

    Expressing gratitude to others generates positive energy in them, makes them feel valued, and willing to do more good. And neuroscience has demonstrated time and again that it makes you happier and healthier.
  • CEO Insights That Promote Stronger Leadership

    Aug 23 2017

    Jean-Francois Cousin

    With so many daily tasks, constraints and unexpected disturbances at work, CEOs could be the least likely to achieve anything great at all. Those who succeed do a few things right. I chose 6 of them, which I hope, will help you make an impact.
  • The Power of Positive Projection

    Jun 28 2017

    Susan Madonia

    In times of stress, Tom moved into a full command-control leadership style. He would dominate most conversations and basically didn’t listen to anyone. Tom would talk over everybody including his boss. He would become impetuous and unrecognizable. Tom’s temperament shift was beginning to take a toll on his team, and starting to erode business results.
  • The Zen Leader: 10 Ways to Go From Barely Managing to Leading Fearlessly

    Feb 16 2017

    Agnes Mura, MA, MCC

    I wish you could know Ginny - a former NASA biophysicist, Aikido black belt, Zen priest and superb executive coach and facilitator. The most no-nonsense and most productive colleague I’ve met in ages, she has articulated in her Zen Leadership book ten “flips” of consciousness that take the labor out of coaching by redirecting leaders’ energy and attention.
  • Executive Coaching Connections, LLC

    Becoming A 'Crisis-Proof'​ Leader

    Feb 22 2017

    Jean-Francois Cousin

    To facilitate more robust anticipation-work, the first step is a step-back in order to confront reality and what can go wrong, with uncompromising objectivity. It also helps to educate staff about 'calculated risk-taking' and empower them to experiment.