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Power and Pitfalls in Polarities

It doesn’t have to be this or that; rather, both things can exist and be true at the same time.

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Trust in the Workplace

Whether your team stays or goes may come down to TRUST.

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The Work-Life Balancing Act

By Laurie Cure You know the story. You live it every day. From morning until night, most of us are juggling a myriad of projects, tasks, situations, emotions, challenges, and joys. While the term work-life balance is getting a makeover as many begin to use terms like...

Being Grateful is its Own Reward

By Barb Ward The chaos and intensity of the world around us can seem overwhelming. But, if you can make yourself stop for a minute, take a deep breath, and think of the things you're grateful for, you can settle your mind, change your perspective, and feel more in...

Investing in Storytelling

By Holly LeMaster This week I was invited to join a client in a retrospective storytelling circle. It was an honor and a privilege to be included with the members of a team who have been through some great trials and tribulations over the past three years (and what...

Trust in the Workplace

By Barb Ward According to a study in Harvard Business Review, people at high-trust companies report 74% less stress, 106% more energy at work, 50% higher productivity, 13% fewer sick days, 76% more engagement, 29% more satisfaction with their lives, and 40% less...

Setting Boundaries Combats Burnout

By Hannah Kaiser When we have too much on our plate and don’t get enough of a break from stress, we start to feel exhausted and disengaged with our work. This decrease in self-efficacy and satisfaction is what we feel when we are experiencing ‘burnout.’ Many of us...

Does Your Purpose Still Inspire You?

By Gail Gumminger Hmmm… that is a powerful question. I wanted to reserve my response until I had a chance to hear from other leaders.   So, I asked to find out. Instead of just one question, I added a couple more, “What is your purpose?” and “How do you know?”...

Can Purpose be a Strategy?

By Mystie Johnson-Foote, MD, MBA According to Oxford Languages, purpose is defined as “the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists” and strategy is defined as “a plan of action designed to achieve a major or overall aim.”  One could...

By the Numbers

Read Laurie's latest feature article in Denver Life Magazine by clicking here: Living_By the Numbers

Igniting Purpose in Your Organization

By Holly LeMaster We recently heard the news that Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, had given away his $3 billion-dollar stake in the successful outdoor clothing enterprise to a creatively-designed trust and nonprofit organization focused on combating climate...

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