Get leadership-fit and see results in yourself and others. And for both, results come only with effort.
First Lessons, Lasting Insights Nearly all of us have stories of advice given by the mom or mother figure in our lives. In Leadership Lessons for Any Occasion: Stories of Our Mothers, executive coaches and authors Ed and Nila Betof have collected stories from a wide range of leaders, teachers, coaches, and talent development professionals about how their mothers guided their paths to helping others lead resourceful, meaningful lives.
Why do sports fans love opening day? The brand-new season brings with it infinite potential, renewed passion, and belief in new possibilities.
Bestselling author, brilliant orator, and effective champion for abolition, Frederick Douglass is an inspiration to all Americans. Born a slave in 1817, Douglass escaped to freedom in 1838 while continuing to advocate for the freedom of all slaves.
The ability to understand and manage ones own emotions, and to recognize and influence others emotions, is a critical leadership skill. The emotions of individuals can either activate and motivate the team, or move them to disassociate from the goal and passively comply.