Apr 24 2015

Yes or No?

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A few weeks ago, at Conscious Capitalism 2015, I had the opportunity to meet Tony Schwartz, founder and CEO of The Energy Project. Tony is an author whose books include The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working: The Four Forgotten Needs That Energize Great Performance. He also writes a regular column for The New York Times …

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Apr 21 2015

Building An Army

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I recently had the opportunity to share the message of Truly Human Leadership at Conscious Capitalism 2015 in Chicago. The sold out event showcased the growing commitment and awareness of the four tenets and principles described in Whole Foods CEO John Mackey and Raj Sisodia’s book Conscious Capitalism: higher purpose, stakeholder integration, conscious leadership and …

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Apr 15 2015

Changing Minds, Changing Lives

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Research shows that, on average, we begin forming opinions about people within seven seconds of meeting them. Are they trustworthy? Do they have authority? Are they competent? Do I want to be their friend? Seven seconds and—snap!—we immediately size them up and determine what box to put them in. When it comes to people of …

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Mar 31 2015

Portrait of a Better World: Greg Myer

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Barry-Wehmiller’s “Portraits of a Better World” video series features team members from across the organization sharing how Truly Human Leadership is alive in their corner of our global organization. Whether describing their leadership at work, their contributions within their communities or the indirect impact of our culture on their families, these short vignettes give voice …

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Mar 25 2015

A Bridge of Trust

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Here are a few staggering statistics from a recent report on trust in the workplace: • Less than half of people in the workplace trust their leaders. • 82% of those people say they need to trust their leadership to be effective at their job. • But only 34% feel safe communicating their ideas with …

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