As I write this piece, I am grateful to be in Madrid, at the start of our annual face-to-face Board meeting for the International Association of Facilitators.
When we talk to our members, the three things they identify as seeking from this Association are professional credibility, professional community and satisfying their professional curiosity. These align with what I too appreciate from being involved.
Continue reading “Upping our Game Together”
“A growth mindset is a bad idea…” said no one ever. (But do people with fixed mindsets actually read about developing a growth mindset? Why would they, if they fundamentally don’t believe change is possible?)
Continue reading “Expansive”
We covered 51 titles this year in Wiser by Choice — my monthly leadership book club where I read the books so you don’t have to.
At this threshold of a new year, I’m looking back on that list of books and noticing which ones keep coming up in conversation and why.
Continue reading “The Eight Books I Read in 2023 That Keep Coming Up in Conversation”
Having just returned from a week of learning about awe from Dacher Keltner at the Modern Elder Academy in Baja, Mexico, the topic of this week’s blog is not surprising.
But it really is.
Continue reading “Amp up the Awe”
In helping people navigate transitions, I find the metaphor of a caterpillar moving into a chrysalis and becoming a butterfly to be very useful. Until it’s not.
Because humans have choice, and that makes all the difference.
Continue reading “You’re No Butterfly!”