Even in the midst of loss, there are things for which we can be grateful. Exercise your appreciation by taking time to reflect.
In early September, I got back into a rowing shell for the
Now is the time in your career and in your life when you most need to find and use your compassion superpower. So, what should you do?
It’s not just the US reporting significant stress over the election; the world is on pins and needles. Here’s the best advice for leaders over the next few weeks.
WeSpire delivers custom corporate philanthropy and giving capabilities designed to encourage employees to make donations and request matches.
I have chosen as a CEO to make my opinions clear to my employees and to many others as well. But I have drawn a line at sharing my opinions with our users.
The Behavioral Project Library is the first solution of its kind, offering 350+ prebuilt employee engagement programs in areas that align with corporate initiatives.
The future may feel impossible to predict, but I encourage all of us to take a page from gardening and use this time to prepare to grow.
In behavior change, one of the most important lessons is to set “right-sized” goals. One recipe for success? Dream big and start small.
WeSpire’s methodology uses triggers to inspire employees to take action. These calls-to-action are embedded in our employee engagement platform.
The death of RBG — and the resulting surge of attention on gender equality — has reminded us we still have a lot of work to do.
People are tightening their belts during COVID. It isn’t how anyone would have chosen to reset their budget, but there are ways leaders can help.
Only 32% of employees are resilient, but research shows resilience brings more energy, confidence, enthusiasm, and better concentration.
The “firsts” in our lives matter. They have an outsized impact on progress. Who in your life is trying to be the first at something?
The ability to vote in the U.S. has been a hard fought battle for many and barriers continue to emerge. This year give employees time to vote.
A purposeful pause is a known practice for restoring balance. As we wind down summer and gear up for the rest of 2020, you have permission to pause.
No one says that achieving consistency is easy. When an inconsistency emerges, leaders simply need to work to fix it and underscore their support.
Ask yourself: “If I died today, what would I regret?” Write down what comes to mind, if anything. Then, just go.
For most of my life, my alarm has been set for 5-something am.
Sponsor someone who is not already in the majority. It will be your personal pathway to contribute to a better, more just, and more equal working world.
Through social impact, volunteering, philanthropy, sustainability efforts and more, positive business can be a force for good.
On this Independence Day weekend in America, I have been reflecting on some of the words of that pledge cited so often long ago.
This pandemic has illustrated quite dramatically for me the power of a porch. Most importantly, they enable what matters to us when much else is stripped from our lives: connection and community.
Without significant support soon, more women will likely move to part-time work or leave jobs altogether to care for kids.
For the past 10 years, I have been a road warrior. While I plan to be back on the road soon, I hope we are entering a new era of mindful business travel.
Yes, words help to inspire action, but ultimately what matters is what you do. And when you do something and share it, your actions inspire others.
Harboring an idea for a new business? Just handed the circumstances to take the leap? Right now, the world needs brave people like you. Go ahead and launch.
Many people practice gratitude with a journal and write every day. That’s certainly the most proven way to get the benefits.
This week, the UN warned about the health toll of COVID-19. The focus wasn’t on the devastating physical effects; it was on mental health.
Whenever anyone does something innovative, new, or different, the naysayers are everywhere. Thankfully, they have little power over us.
Millions of Americans have filed for unemployment and the numbers continue to grow. More than ever, we need Employee Assistance Funds.
A COVID-19 version of the G.I. Bill could give everyone a path to build up their skills for the future and, ultimately, to build a better working world.
Because of COVID-19, citizens in Northern India are seeing the Himalayas due to reduced air pollution for the first time in 30 years.
As hard as it is right now, don’t be afraid to channel your optimism and do what you can do to prepare for or lean into that scenario now.
It’s good to have a plan, but it’s also good to avoid getting fixated on one version of success. Plan everyday to reinforce who you are.
We’ve just conducted the most rapid, large-scale test of global remote work ever. Now is the time for all of us to be more human.
Communities are setting up funds to help those out of work, who are food insecure, who lack child care. Now is the time to dig deep and help.
We are being challenged to manage anxiety as effectively as possible. Here are five tips that so far are helping me maintain perspective.
I realize now that, by not parenting out loud as a leader prior to WeSpire, I blew an opportunity to be a parent role model.
When such a shocking event occurs, what do you do as a friend or colleague? If it happens at your own workplace, what can you do as a leader?