When we develop relationships, we build community. To do this intentionally and with purpose results in a conscious community that can nurture each other and “rise” together. That’s why it is important!
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While there are definitely bad bosses out there, luckily most bosses want to be good bosses and to do the right things. How would you rate yourself as a boss?Download
Do you know what your values are? Do you have an explicit set of operating principles for your team or organization? If not, it is never too late to get started!Download
Even if nurturing relationships is easy for you, to successfully network, one helpful practice is to create a “Relationship Matrix.” The matrix is a list of people that you want to build and nurture a relationship in business with.Download
When we as leaders take care of ourselves, we are better able to lead and take care of our teams because we have so much more energy. We also get the chance to let others shine while setting a great example for others to follow, helping them learn the importance of setting boundaries and taking time off.Read More
Leaders often tell me that they are overwhelmed and that there is so much to do that they could never possibly do it all. My clients talk about higher expectations and more demands being made on them. These feelings are increasing their stress levels. But you can take control; by reframing stress and cultivating resilience we all have the power to lead better lives and be better leaders.Read More
Meet Seasoned Leader Anje O'Hearn and read more spring news from Seasons Leadership including updates about the all-new Seasons Leadership Podcast, reflections on spring from Seasons Leadership Co-Founder Susan Ireland and exclusive seasonal style insights from our partner Michael Bruce Image Consulting.Read More