Meditation and Amygdala Attacks

Leadership can be very hard. It is full of frustration, fear, and anger. All of these emotions can be responsible for what is known as an “amygdala hijack”, sending the leader into a rage. Such displays can, at best, be counter-productive. At worst, they can bring an organization to it’s knees. Employees become fearful, refuse […]

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Agility through Reflective Practice

My clients are on overwhelm! It doesn’t seem to matter what organization they are in or what position they have within that organization. A common goal for leaders is to be “agile”. Essentially, agility is the ability to change directions quickly. This often requires fast decision making. Most leaders claim it is impossible to put […]

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