Nate Regier, Ph.D, is the co-founder, owner and chief executive officer of Next Element, a global advisory firm specializing in leadership communication. He is a former practicing psychologist with a doctorate in clinical psychology. Regier is an expert in social-emotional intelligence and leadership, positive conflict, mind-body-spirit health, neuropsychology, group dynamics, interpersonal and leadership communication, executive assessment and coaching, organizational development, team building and change management.
Nate recently published a book called “Conflict without Casualties”. Join Angela as she interviews Nate about his discoveries around a concept he calls “Leading without Drama”. (more…)
This month we are focusing on the Heart of a Leader, Be a Leader who looks out for the best interest of others. I was thinking through what stories I had to share that would be relevant and I thought about an article I wrote in 2009, shortly after I decided to start my first business. I was at a small regional conference exhibiting for the first time all by myself at a small booth. It was here that I had a chance to look out for the best interest of someone else and was motivated to do so based on someone else having looked out for my best interest. I thought this article would be great to share. It’s also a little ironic in the timing as we just finished our big splash at ATD International Conference for my second business, Personify Leadership. What a difference 7 years can make!
A 2015 working paper from Harvard and Stanford Business Schools took a look at 10 common job stressors: from lack of health insurance, to long working hours, to job insecurity. Researchers then considered how the mental and physical effects of these forms of stress related to mortality. The paper found that health problems stemming from job stress, like hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and decreased mental health, can lead to fatal conditions that wind up killing about 120,000 people each year-making work-related stressors and the maladies they cause, more deadly than diabetes, Alzheimer’s, or influenza. (more…)
This month we are focusing on The Feet of a Leader. In this video, Angela shares a lesson learned story about her recent international travels where the Mind and Feet of a Leader were essential to deal with a difficult situation.
This month we are focusing on The Feet of a Leader. You know that there is a great leader within you, and you have the tools to provide guidance to those around you. But do others perceive you as a leader? Are you really exuding the qualities that you embody, and showing up as your best self? (more…)
Recently I was asked by my son’s school to be on the hiring committee to hire the new principal for the 2016-2017 school year. Our current beloved principal, Ms Watson, is retiring next month, and she has been a tremendous leader. When she became the school principal in 2004, the school was in disarray. They were in bad shape financially, over a million dollars in debt and there were allegations of embezzlement and fraud from the previous leader. (more…)
Today we’re going to talk about Facilitator Courage. Specifically we’re going to talk about the courage it sometimes takes to address disruptive participant behaviors. (more…)
So what is a courageous conversation? It is saying what is needed to be said in a way that others will hear it, with respect and concern with the other person. It means minimizing the threat that you represent while still staying true to the virtue of your message. (more…)
- Do we move on or do we go deeper?You know that feeling when everything is going exactly as you want it? You awake excited and passionate about your day. The sun is shining and the birds are singing. On your way to work you hit all the green lights while your favorite song plays on the radio.