Being aware of yourself and examining yourself objectively
ILLUMINATE YOUR BLIND SPOTS
How can I see my own blind spots to be more confident and effective as a leader?
DEFRAGMENT YOUR MIND
How can I respond more productively to everyday stresses?
An article from The New York Times about what happened to reflective thought and why it matters
Why mindfulness matters and how to make it work, from the Association of California School Administrators Leadership Magazine
Psychologist Guy Winch, a leading advocate for integrating the science of emotional health into our daily lives, workplaces and education systems, discusses the psyche of work stress and how to recover from it, on TED Radio Hour
From the Institute for Mindful Leadership, a guided meditation on achieving a win-win-win in a difficult decision
The Greater Good Science Center offers this curated collection of brief, accessible practices for honing your resilience to stress.
DEFINE YOUR ROLE
How can I show up as a leader?
Bain & Company's research shows 33 statistically significant attributes that create inspiration in others
By understanding how EI actually works, you can have powerful, productive conversations that build up your ability to influence and lead across all your relationships, from Harvard Business Review.
Michael Bungay Stanier from Box of Crayons offers guidance on how to build your reputation by knowing your values
Written by Harvard psychologists Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey, this book provides guidance for finding your own answers to questions about the gap between what you intend and what you actually accomplish.