Emotional Resiliency is a common leadership topic. What leader hasn’t had to keep their cool under pressure? Simply stated, emotional resilience is an individual’s ability to cope in times of stress. (more…)
When it’s time to honor the pain
I’m a mom. I’m a wife. I’m a business women. I’m a runner. After 40 trips around the sun, this is what I know about myself for sure. These are the parts of me that give me joy and pleasure. (more…)
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you just did not want to hear what someone was saying? Any of these situations sound familiar? (more…)
About 10 years ago I was leading the training and development function for a multi billion dollar construction materials company. During that time I created a leadership development program that had tremendous impact on the organizations results and changed the lives of many. (more…)
What’s the difference between arrogance and confidence? When was your last humbling experience? Watch this short video where Angela Sebaly, Co-founder of Personify Leadership, shares insights into something every leader faces at some point in their career, an experience that will test their resolve and courage: the growth humility brings to leadership.
5 Methods of Learning
When you think of corporate classroom training, what visual pops into your head? Lecture and Death by Power Point? (more…)
When should the training wheels come off?
My son is five years old and has recently learned to ride a bike. He has been so excited about this that we spend much of our weekends biking around the neighborhood. (more…)
Delegation is not always easy to do. In the Personify Leadership program, participants identify many obstacles to effective delegation. But these obstacles are not insurmountable, they are just part of the learning process. (more…)
My family and I just got back from a camping trip. We camped out near Salida, CO in the Arkansas River Valley. It was a wonderful trip with my three nieces, who had never been to Colorado before, and my two boys. Upon our return the mountain of laundry in my laundry room was a little overwhelming. (more…)