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Rising Through Resilience: Bonnie Kuhl of Archer and Olive On The Five Things You Can Do To Become…

Rising Through Resilience: Bonnie Kuhl of Archer and Olive On The Five Things You Can Do To Become More Resilient An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis Stop and breathe. When I’m feeling overwhelmed (which is just about every other day, to be honest) I need to create space for myself. I block my mornings every weekday in case I need time to recover from a stressful event or to prepare a plan for one that’s going to happen. I don’t always need to use it, but giving myself some space to sit and draw, rest, and get oriented in the right direction is important to me. In this interview series, we are exploring the subject of resilience among successful business leaders. Resilience is one characteristic that many successful leaders share in common, and in many cases it is the
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Ray of HOPE: Jess Hoeper’s Big Idea That Might Change The World

An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis You will start feeling deep love for the otherwise seen as unlovable, this is very hard to talk with others about because we have such a justice-based society, and we feel owed the same justice that is actually only owed direct victims. As a part of my series about “Big Ideas That Might Change The World In The Next Few Years” I had the pleasure of interviewing Jess Hoeper. Jess is an author, social worker and reflective coach. Jess owns her own business Ray of HOPE, where she works with human service leaders and provides reflective coaching. She has developed a framework for her coaching method called the reflective coaching path, where she works to enhance self-awareness and helps leaders know them selves so well that they feel comfortable leading from the guiding trinity
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LeeAnn Renninger of LifeLabs Learning: Giving Feedback; How To Be Honest Without Being Hurtful

An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis Set it up well — Make feedback part of your expectations for any project. Before you begin any collaboration say when should we give each other feedback? Or, as a manager, make it known that 1–1s are the time for giving feedback. Role model it by asking for feedback yourself so that I can keep learning and growing. Can you give me some feedback on how I’m doing in XYZ ways? As a part of our series about “How To Give Honest Feedback without Being Hurtful”, I had the pleasure of interviewing LeeAnn Renninger, Co-CEO, LifeLabs Learning LeeAnn Renninger, Co-CEO, LifeLabs Learning. LeeAnn is a lifelong learner, interested in diverse things, from noticing patterns in the way people part their hair to the way car headlights look like facial expressions. She has a Ph.D. in
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