How to Be Flexible in the Workplace

Responding to Change Quickly and Positively When you’re flexible, you’re versatile, resilient and responsive to change. Rapid technological advances, along with fast-paced changes in global markets and the political landscape, mean that today’s workplaces are often unpredictable.   Your organization has probably undergone major change of one kind or another recently – most have. Perhaps,[…]

How to Self-Motivate Through Distraction and Change

Motivation tends to feel like something you either have or don’t you have, you feel or you don’t feel, but research shows that most issues of motivation are really issues of negative emotions.   As we’re faced with a task, negative emotions like anxiety, boredom, fear, self-doubt, frustration, and insecurity inevitably surface. Procrastination from work, whether by[…]

Real Leaders Are Forged in Crisis

We are living through a global health crisis with no modern-day precedent. What governments, corporations, hospitals, schools, and other organizations need now, more than ever, are what the writer David Foster Wallace called “real leaders” — people who “help us overcome the limitations of our own individual laziness and selfishness and weakness and fear and[…]

COVID-19: How to Cultivate Resilience in Times of Change

A significant number of changes are happening in our lives right now due to COVID-19. You might be unexpectedly working from home, homeschooling your kids, caring for an elder, or experiencing other major life changes. This has most likely left you feeling uneasy, overwhelmed, or anxious. What is it about change that creates this common[…]

Use These 6 Key Ways to Thrive in the Midst of Change

Have you noticed how life can suddenly change and turn everything upside down when you least expect it? Pregnancy, job transfer or sudden unemployment, divorce, death of a loved one, illness or the diagnosis of a disability?   How Do You React When You Are Faced With Sudden Change? According to Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, people tend to[…]