The Serendipity of Grace with Richard Rudd
– The Power of a Graceful Leader podcast debut
What makes you happy? I mean really—more than a fleeting moment happy? Do you have memories you can dial into to bring you to your “happy” place? Do you desire to experience happiness with more frequency? In a world with so much coming at us where we struggle to be able to sort fact from
Bringing all of who we are into alignment is called integration.Integration of your whole self in the workplace shows up in a few key ways. A leader skilled in integrating knows and can communicate their own mission and vision, understands and is aware of their body messages and language, and connects to a power larger than self, thereby serving the collective goodness.
The following is adapted from The Power of a Graceful Leader. At first glance, the idea of graceful leadership appears simple. Grace is the experience of a loving, connected compassion within yourself. Graceful leadership is the outward expression of this quality in your workplace or place of authority. However, when you take a deeper look
The following is adapted from The Power of a Graceful Leader. So you want to be a more graceful leader. But…why exactly? This may seem like a silly question. Of course all leaders want to improve. If learning graceful leadership is a part of that, then why wouldn’t you want to go for it? However, establishing your “why”
After a year of forced adaptation to Covid-19, we’re entering a new phase in which leaders are faced with critical decisions.
Learning to be a graceful leader starts with internal work.
The following is adapted from The Power of a Graceful Leader. As leaders, we make judgments every single day. When we see someone frown, we often make a judgment that they are upset. When someone makes a mistake that negatively impacts us our our workplace, we often make a judgment that they are incompetent. If an
For most leaders, the ability to act quickly and make snap decisions has benefitted us tremendously over the course of our careers. After all, when you’re responsible for people and money, your job is to put out fires.
The following is adapted from The Power of a Graceful Leader. Have you ever felt an incongruence between the “you” that shows up at work and the “you” that shows up in your personal life? I’ve worked with people who are cutthroat and rude in their professional lives, only to see them engage in loving and