Adam Grant is one of my favourite organizational psychology authors. He is a professor in the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania and has been making his mark […]
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1) Leadership Mind with Caitlin Frost Leadership 2020 core faculty member Caitlin Frost is launching Leadership Mind a new practice based, 10-month immersion in the transformative practice of The Work […]
Five Ways to Boost Your Resilience at Work by Rich Fernandez There is a burgeoning phenomenon of ‘quick fix’ articles and books that promise nirvana with lists of the “5 […]
Presentation to Pathways for Reconciliation Conference, June 2016 I strongly urge you to listen to this extraordinary presentation by one of the great leaders of this time in history. Let’s […]
Deb Knopp is the HR Coordinator for Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS). She is one of the many Leadership 2020 participants that have applied the program’s teachings to the day-to-day work at […]
I went on my first 10-day silent meditation retreat 34 years ago. Back then, I didn’t dare tell anyone at work that I was meditating. Even telling friends and family […]
Every time I read an article on the importance of sleep and the negative cumulative impact of insufficient sleep, I cringe. For decades, I was one of those people that […]
In Leadership 2020, we offer a simple framework for assessing our wellness practices, adapted from the First Nation’s Healthy Authority’s perspective on wellness and wholism. A visual of this is offered […]
Recommended TED talk: Lessons from the Longest Study on Human Happiness by Robert Waldinger Robert Waldinger, a professor at Harvard Medical School is the Director of a study that has […]
Positive Teams are More Productive, by Emma Seppala (Harvard Business Review, March 2015) One of the first things to note about this very short article is that is written by […]
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