Set Intentions, Not Destinations By Sharon Moskowitz In case you missed it, “G” stands for Grateful. Earlier this month, we laid out the science behind gratitude and the enormous benefits of small doses of gratitude in your life. For this article, we’ve scoured research and articles through 2022 to help you operationalize a gratitude practice … Read more
Set Intentions, Not Destinations By Sharon Moskowitz This month and every month, G stands for Grateful. Science says it all: practicing gratitude can make you happier, feel more fulfilled and create more space for kindness in your life – both internal to yourself and the external world. In this article, we’ll look at what the … Read more
The evolving nature of change is not just about high-level strategy or resources—it’s intricately woven into the fabric of organizational culture, emotions, and the human touch.
Set Intentions, Not Destinations By Sharon Moskowitz Fifty-nine percent of Americans feel powerless when change occurs in the workplace. Reports show the majority of survey U.S. employees feel as though change is happening to them and there is nothing they can do about it. When the organizational direction and message from leadership is frequently changing, … Read more
Set Intentions, Not Destinations By Sharon Moskowitz “When one door closes, another opens,” as the saying goes – is intended to help us feel better when an opportunity reaches a sudden dead-end. The focus in this six-word phrase becomes the opportunity to open a new door. Through the game of etymological telephone, this phrase, like … Read more
In a rapidly evolving world, it’s both surprising and concerning how often change initiatives miss their targets. From weak leadership to employees resisting change, our findings from executives shed light on the challenges companies face in embracing transformation. Let’s explore how.
Don’t Be Sensitive By Sharon Moskowitz You know what I think gets a really bad rap, especially in the workplace? Sensitivity. Today, the word Sensitive has a feminine connotation. Sensitivity is depicted as a less desirable and hidden trait in a male-dominated workforce. The act of being sensitive or possessing sensitivity has been made synonymous … Read more
Set Intentions, Not Destinations By Sharon Moskowitz The concept of authenticity dates back to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries when human beings considered themselves as individuals instead of placeholders and cogs in a system of theological and social relations. During this period, the prevalence of autobiographies and self-portraits provides evidence of the emphasis on self … Read more
We are sharing a peek of our executive research in hopes of helping you bridge the gap between your intended transformation outcomes and your actual transformation results.