Why do leaders get stuck? How can you expand when it can feel so much safer and easier to contract?
What would a more connected, supportive world look like?
What would you be able to accomplish if you showed up as the leader you were meant to be?
How might you create the context to build trust and meaningful connections with those who matter most to you, especially in our busy world?
It’s harder to build trust at a distance, yet that’s exactly what we need to do to thrive in a remote work world. So how do you build trust remotely?
How do you untangle big, messy decisions?
How do you make collective decisions within organizations that everyone can get behind, even if they disagree?
What’s the difference between being trustworthy and being trusted? Why does it matter anyway?
How do you drive change instead of driving people?
It’s really (really) hard to get people to do things in their own best interest, so how do you get people to care?
Your company or a brand you support posted a black square for #racialjustice on Blackout Tuesday 2020.
What does it really mean to show up for racial justice in a way that builds trust?