No matter what’s going on in your world right now, I hope you’re making time to breathe. Whatever your situation -- personally or professionally -- you will have the clarity you need when you are in alignment... and a deep breath is the first step towards alignment.
Right now it feels like an unseen force bigger than us is calling all the shots and messing up our plans. But friends -- let’s not confuse our PLANS with our POTENTIAL. The plans you laid out for your company’s growth or your own career may have changed. The path you were on 1 month ago no doubt looks very different now. Your potential to succeed is 100% the same.
You know that quote that's always hanging out in the right margin of my blog?! "You have everything you need inside o f you to get where you want to be." ...That's especially important information to cling to right now.
Here are some truths to hang on to:
The reality is that your ability to be in alignment has never been more important. As empathetic leaders, you have the opportunity to help cultivate a sense of security during this uncertain time! Your company practices around communication, collaboration and confrontation will dramatically impact how your team weathers this storm.
These changing and uncertain circumstances do not have to mean a side-stepping of our vision and values, especially as it pertains to our people. In fact, it is a critical time to stand behind those values and build employee experiences that accurately represent our intentions.
That is exactly what Mindful Improv for High Impact Leadership is designed to help empathetic leaders and culture stakeholders do. This program teaches leaders how to:
To make the program as broadly accessible as possible, a payment plan is available for individual and corporate enrollment.
More info about this in the Program Costs section on this page. To be sure the program meets the specific needs of participants during this time, each enrollee will also receive an individual Zoom session at no additional charge.
Thank you for all you're doing to spread hope, optimism and safety during this time. We're truly in this together! I hope to see you on April 8th - the first session of our spring cohort!
Wishing you all the very best,
PS: The video below offers some communication and confrontation tips for remote teams - there are several helpful hacks to make sure your team is working together effectively during this time of separation!