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?by Angela Sebaly, co-founder of Personify LeadershipYou 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.
If you are a trainer or facilitator, chances are you play a role in facilitating leadership development either in your internal organization or with your customers. In this video, Michelle Cummings, co-founder of Personify Leadership will discuss how intention plays a key part in facilitating a successful program.
Sometimes working relationships are painful. Case in point…
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Paul to others: “I don’t trust Ramesh. I feel like he is out to get me. I lay awake at night so stressed wishing for a way out. If I could I’d quit.”
Angela Sebaly, Co-Founder of Personify Leadership talks briefly about the Drain Model, a component of the Personify Leadership program in The Eyes of a Leader module.
Personify Leadership is a two-day leadership development program based on 8 core competencies. In this highly interactive and engaging program, your leaders will learn practical and hands-on tools for leading in your organization.
Happy New Year! One of my favorite parts of January (aside from my birthday!) is hanging up a pristine new calendar and seeing the big blank year ahead of me. It’s a little like holding the New Year’s clean slate right in my hands, just waiting to be written. (more…)
Are you experiencing any stress this month? How does stress relate to your ability to be an Emotionally Resilient leader? (more…)