The 2020 election provided many historical firsts for the United States - Kamala Harris is the first woman, the first Black and the first South Asian Vice President Elect. As we celebrate this exciting [...]
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How are you feeling these days? The words “heavy” and “hopeful” best describe how we’ve been feeling. We are living in a state of chaos, where nothing is certain – a global pandemic, hurricanes, [...]
The murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 heightened many Americans’ awareness of the deeply rooted, systemic racism that has existed in our country since inception and continues to evolve over the years. [...]
We were thrilled to see Coaching make the cover of last month’s Journal of Accountancy! Professional coaching provides a more powerful, customized and innovative approach to leadership development — one that is needed now, more [...]
As we explored in Part 1: Want to Succeed? Change your mindset, the mindsets we hold create our reality and results. Psychologist Carol Dweck performed extensive research around a certain set of beliefs and [...]
Have you ever failed at something that crushed your confidence? Or, maybe you received feedback that made you doubt yourself? Why is it that some people bounce back quickly from setbacks, while others get [...]
At Intend2Lead, we believe our future depends on our capacity to love. It depends on our capacity to choose love instead of fear, to choose possibility instead of scarcity, safety and playing small. The [...]
The past few months have provided us an opportunity to enhance our awareness of problems that exist in our individual and shared worlds. When we become aware of existing problems and the possibility of [...]
When I was younger, I held an image in my mind of who a great salesperson was. This person commanded the room. They knew the perfect questions to ask. They always said the right [...]
Leaders struggle, too. By now, many of us have settled into a “new pandemic normal,” which basically means trying to move forward with our day-to-day responsibilities with zero clarity about what the future holds. [...]