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Just Stop. The Incredible Gift You Give Yourself.

Photo: (c) 2013 Kathryn Bingham "Vista View" All Rights Reserved To truly lead, you need to stop. And yes, I hear the collective refrains of “are you kidding? We’re already a few days into December—I have deadlines to beat!” Was that you? Then, please, take a moment. Look at the image of the [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:22+00:00 December 7th, 2014|Integrated Leadership, Purpose|

Values as Life Essentials (Literally)

If you almost lost hope this third (and final) installment of the “Just Who are You in the Midst of Now” series would appear on the LEADr Board, you’re not alone. And yet, the cause of the delay mirrors the message I’ll be sharing on the importance of values. Four months ago, I was diagnosed [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:22+00:00 November 8th, 2014|Essentialism, Leadership, Values|

If Your Strengths Could Talk (Part 2 of Just Who are You in the Midst of Now?)

(c) 2014 Kathryn Bingham All Rights Reserved Part 1 of Just WHO are YOU in the Midst of Now introduced the concept of knowing your purpose. A core purpose or mission offers a filter for deciding life and work priorities. In today’s post, we’ll begin analyzing the data you collected data on your [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:22+00:00 July 6th, 2014|Leader Development, Leadership, Purpose|

Just WHO are YOU in the midst of now? (Part One)

(c) 2014 Kathryn Bingham, Montreal photo with Sketchguru filter Mission and Purpose Recently, I’ve been pondering the synchronicity of a set of questions related to “purpose.” First, while planning my dissertation proposal, my committee chair and I discussed, the “what do I want to do with this” that helps shape my study. This [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:22+00:00 June 18th, 2014|Integrated Leadership, Leadership, Purpose|

When Intention and Reality Collide

Life isn’t—and perhaps shouldn’t be—about absolute perfection. Setting and striving for ambitious goals offers a certain joy in the journey and anticipated achievement. And yet, sometimes, we face roadblocks, interference and struggle. We’re not operating in “flow.” Our plans go awry. “The best laid plans of mice and men” should read, “the best laid plans [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:22+00:00 February 20th, 2014|Leadership, Overcoming Challenge|

Leadership Foundations: Three critical practices

Whether a person’s leadership is being developed or expressed in an organization, at home, in her or his community, or—as some colleagues and I are experiencing—in a doctoral program, embracing a holistic practice of “being” yields significant benefits. Attending to our health undergirds our interactions with others. Weaving in dimensions of body, mind and spirit [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:22+00:00 December 8th, 2013|Integrated Leadership, Personal Change|

Transformation in 16 Steps

Photo: (C) 2013 Kathryn Bingham "16 Steps" All Rights Reserved Earlier this year, I mentioned my experiment with personal intention. As part of the effort, I used Lynne McTaggart's Mental Blueprints (chapter 9 of The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World). McTaggart describes a process of mental rehearsal, which she [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:23+00:00 October 22nd, 2013|Leadership, Personal Change|

Pause here. It’s not just for effect.

I read Cashman’s Leadership from the Inside Out: Becoming a Leader for Life for the first time about a decade ago. In this prior work, Cashman shares theory and process for developing as an authentic leader. I confess: I’ve only read reviews and book summaries so far on “Pause,” and gave it a quick scan after ordering [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:23+00:00 May 17th, 2013|Leadership|

The Destiny of Leadership Legacy

Margaret Thatcher speaking September 29, 1983. White House Photo, accessed via margaretthatcher.org. Copyright waived by US Government. Long before Sheryl Sandberg’s statistics on the abysmal representation of women in top leadership roles moved into open conversation, Margaret Thatcher offered inspiration to women beyond the boundaries of the United Kingdom. Defying convention from her earliest career, Margaret [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:23+00:00 April 21st, 2013|Leadership, Women's Leadership|

Leaning In Dialogues and Gender Difference in Destiny

I find the current discussion on the topic of women’s choices and career advancement a fascinating sideline experience. Observing from the sidelines, as opposed to stepping out on the field, is exactly the type of feminine choice women make, according to what I’ve read of Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Sandberg isn’t [...]

2017-08-14T12:47:23+00:00 March 30th, 2013|Leadership, Women's Leadership|