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March 25, 2021

If You Want a High-Performing Team, Connection is the Key: A Bootcamp for Connected Teams

Nearly 30 years ago, Jon Katzenbach and Douglas Smith published The Wisdom of Teams, a book considered a definitive resource for driving high-performance in organizations. Their […]
February 25, 2021

Conscious Transitions

For any of us who grew up in the American public school system, and perhaps others, the leaders of our schools had a basic understanding of […]
February 9, 2021

How do you get motivated? A purpose & a promise

A good friend of mine once told me about a trip to the dentist. He has bad teeth and found himself scouring articles on the differences […]
January 27, 2021

A Letter from our CEO, Robin Anselmi

In this month’s Connection Diary, we talk about “Letters from the Future,” and I thought I’d share my version of such a letter with all of […]
December 11, 2020

High-Stakes Reflection: What has 2020 revealed about leadership?

December 2, 2020

The Gift of Feedback: Make Performance Reviews Valuable, Not Painful

October 30, 2020

Community Gathering: Creating Cultures of Dignity & Belonging with Diego Navarro

Diego Navarro joined  Anne Murray Allen and Katie Mingo for a conversation about the power of dignity and belonging to build communities of engaged and empowered people, as Diego […]
October 14, 2020

How to Manage Paradox

September 24, 2020

Connected Leaders & Healthy Workplaces

How can leaders in any organization support mental and emotional health? Most leaders are not mental health experts, but they can become skillful and accountable for […]
September 23, 2020

Mental Health in the Workplace, Pt. 2: Where do we start?

Read Part 1 of this blog series: Mental Health in the Workplace: The Canary in the Coal Mine Anxiety, depression and stress are normal and healthy […]
August 25, 2020

Refocus Wasteful Conversation with a Simple Question: “What is it time for now?”

There’s an old saying: “If you’ve got one foot on yesterday and one foot on tomorrow, you’re pissing on today.” What can feel nefarious about this […]
August 25, 2020

Mental Health in the Workplace, Pt. 1: The Canary in the Coal Mine

Even before Covid-19 hit, there were signals of an emerging mental health crisis. The statistics[1] tell the story: 62% of managers have had to put the […]
July 6, 2020

The Backroad to Brilliance: From disappointment to discovery

“Joys impregnate. Sorrows bring forth.” William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell   Decades ago, I was working with 25 people from various walks of […]
July 2, 2020

Wherever You Go, There You Are: Some Personal Lessons in Learning

Prior to my work on my PhD, I took a two-month trip around Europe. A member of our small group of four drove us in a […]