Leading isn't one-size-fits-all. In our Leadership series, we explore how you can lead in your own authentic way, embracing your identity as a founder. Because every founder is unique.
One of the most expensive forms of procrastination I witness as a coach is the avoidance of hard conversations.
The desire to belong drives much of our behavior as humans. How might awareness of that drive inform your approach as a leader?
It is time to re-think what we celebrate in our own leadership styles and the cultures of the companies we build.
The new year is a great time to reset. Applying some self-compassion might help.
Finding yourself wishing your co-founders, employees, or investors would change? Start with accepting them where they are.
This is a good year to remember that the top-level metrics of your company are not the measure of your worth as a leader.
How might you be free to lead and create if your own sense of self was not on the line?
Your presence and creative attention mean more to your people and your work than all the effort you can muster. Maybe it's time to relax.
We have glamorized the solo, impervious leader at our own peril. Real strength comes from reliance on others.
An exploration in helping your leaders check their egos at the door and actually work together.