Flow isn’t some magical reality we stumble into or only experience on holiday. Research shows the essential prerequisites are all within our control, every day.
Leaders tell us they think compassion is important to leadership … but they don’t know how to do it.
We de-mystify the theory and application with deep dives into what exactly does Compassionate Leadership mean, how to be a Compassionate Leader, and the “why” behind it.
The ideas come from boat-loads of research + what Mary Ellen has seen work for the leaders and teams she supports, including in the Leadership Academy, and from her personal experiences as a mom, wife, friend (aka a fallible human being).
Feeling isolated or alone didn't go away when social distancing stopped. And that's not good.
Though Psychological Safety sounds warm and cozy, it's really about making hard things possible... like intellectual friction, learning and connection.
When someone asks for our help we’re enticed by the dopamine hit that comes with demonstrating our expertise and feeling useful. Of course. And not sustainable.
Congratulations for making it through 2 years of unpredictable chaos. You’re here! Yay you! Well done and . . . it’s taken a toll.
It's something I've been asked by sales managers who thought Compassionate Leadership was “too soft”. What they learned from research by Google (and me).
Difficult situations are, well, difficult. The neuroscience behind the distinctions between Empathy & Compassion, and how it can help us when things get hard.
We’re feeling grumpy, depressed, and tired of public health recommendations. Getting over the hump with research-backed tips from a refreshed Stephen Covey classic.
Research behind the art & science of Dr. Bonnie Henry's Compassionate Leadership, and ideas from leaders at the front lines of COVID on how to bring it to life.
Information & Ideas from the experts (i.e. not me) to move beyond the shame, fear and privilege that can stall important and necessary conversations.