In the News
Media coverage of Mindy Hall, Peak Development Consulting, LLC, and Leading with Intention: Every Moment Is a Choice.
July 5, 2017 | by Chelsey Canavan | “If there is one thing all great sales leaders have in common, it’s that they read and are constantly educating themselves…if you are looking for some great books that can improve your personal and professional success, check out these recommendations.”
July 3, 2017 | by Mindy Hall, PhD | “For organizational leaders, there are two main types of power: positional and personal. Positional power comes from titles: chief executive officer, vice president, director, or manager. Those with personal power may or may not have titles, but their charisma, relationships, and influence draw others to them. While some people have one or the other, the leaders who make the biggest impact have a blend of both.”
March 1, 2017 | “There is much insight to gain from Mindy Hall and her answers below, but perhaps my favorite is her personal motto: ‘I want it to matter that we met,'” says author Paul Axtell. “It is obvious to see through her work as CEO of Peak Development Consulting and author of Leading with Intention: Every Moment Is a Choice that she truly believes every interaction is an opportunity, that every action has an impact, and that one person alone can make a difference.”
February 14, 2017 | by Mindy Hall Ph.D. | A Spanish-language version of Dr. Mindy Hall’s popular article Change Your Habits and You Change Everything. “Piensa en las miles de elecciones que tomas durante una jornada. ¿Qué porcentaje de las decisiones que tomas todos los días es de forma consciente? ¿Con qué tanto cuidado piensas en las metas e intenciones de cada elección?”
October 24, 2016 | by Jim Emerick | “Dr. Mindy Hall’s tightly crafted work is a terrific companion…She has realized all leadership is personal, and so is the obligation to affect others’ lives. It is a choice and a decision – bravo!”
June 13, 2016 | by Mindy Hall, PhD | “As a leader, you hold enormous influence over your organization, its employees and the strategies pursued. Your ideas, biases and patterns of thought have a very real impact on business outcomes, both positively and negatively. By continually challenging your mindsets, you can determine which mindsets are stumbling blocks and which are accelerators.”
April 29, 2016 | by Mindy Hall, PhD | When organization design is mentioned to many leaders, minds quickly jump to the organization chart — the “boxes and wires” of an organization. While this is one of the more tangible, visible parts of organization design, the process is about so much more than moving lines on paper, as simply changing reporting relationships rarely has a lasting impact on the way a company functions.
March 25, 2016 | by Wanda Wallace | “What impact do you want to have on your organization? What do you want people to say about your leadership? Who do you want to be as a leader?” Host Wanda Wallace talks with Dr. Mindy Hall about Leading with Intention: Every Moment Is a Choice.
March 8, 2016 | by Eric McNulty | “Forget the first 100 days. As a leader, your impact begins from minute one. Within your first 10 days, your direct reports, boss, peers, and other key stakeholders will take your measure on how much they trust you, whether you inspire confidence, and how effectively you make decisions.” Eric McNulty’s ebook features advice for newly-appointed leaders from experts like Warren Bennis, Daniel Goleman, Nick Morgan, Herminia Ibarra, Mindy Hall, and more.
January 15, 2016 | by Dave Kirby | Dave shares his thoughts based on his conversation this week with Dr. Mindy Hall. Leadership doesn’t happen by accident; it happens because you take the time to know who you are and how you want to lead. Others won’t just “get it,” you have to present who you are and lead with intention.