What Every Leader Should Be Doing

Every leader needs a courage zone. When we talk about courageous leadership in our workshops, we talk about the comfort zone. We all have a comfort zone and that is the place where we fill confident and capable. That is also the zone where we are

The Danger Of Ignoring Ideas

I’ve been to MIT and helped to lead a strategic planning process for a gifted group of researchers. I know that session went well, but I don’t think I wowed them with my ideas like this young man from Sierra Leone wowed me and the MIT

The Truth About The Compromise Trap

Elizabeth Doty is a consultant, coach, and facilitator specializing in how people participate in large organizations while staying true to themselves and being a positive force – however they define those. Her latest book, The Compromise

Dealing With A Chronic Spiller

In our work, we talk about two different types of leadership dispositions: the Filler and the Spiller. A Filler Leader is the type of leader who encourages others, builds up their confidence, and works hard to role model what they want from those

A Courageous Life & Career With Pat Summitt

I talk about courage a lot, but that’s probably not a surprise to you. One thing I know for sure from hundreds of hours spent with people in conversations around courageous leadership is that people are often most engaged when you are telling