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.”
The second in a five-part series on Peak Development’s CLEAR Model for Change, which encompasses Communication, Leadership, Active Involvement, Education, and Reinforcement. This installment focuses on leadership, which is the powerhouse of the CLEAR Model because the number-one way an organization’s behavior gets shaped is by what a leader models.
December 10, 2015 | by Mindy Hall, PhD | “When leaders see the proactive development of culture as one of their primary responsibilities, the positive impact on the organization is profound.” An original article by Dr. Mindy Hall from the Winter 2016 issue of The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute’s award-winning journal.
When discussing executive presence and the power of leading with intention, it’s easy to focus on the cautionary tales. Today, however, I’d like to focus on a positive example and share the story of a CEO I had the great pleasure of watching in action recently.
#1414 – Claire Shipman, correspondent for ABC News and Good Morning America and co-author of “The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self-Assurance,” discusses why confidence is so important and practical ways for developing it.