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Embracing a new definition of the military acronym can give you the ability to lead effectively through times of change.
Self-leadership and self-reflection are critical during this time. Today’s “driven” leader has an opportunity to expand thinking by noticing their default behaviors in three specific areas.
Challenging times call for our best leadership, the kind of leadership that recognizes and embraces negativity while holding faith that good will prevail.
Learn how to prepare for bouncing back from these uncertain times by strengthening your resilience, self-compassion, and creative connection skills.
Discover the three essential things leaders can do to thrive during challenging times and emerge stronger on the other side.