As Leaders we often have to make difficult decisions with lots of conflicting opinions. When we can slow down, connect and trust ourself...
At Lea_p we refer to this negative self-talk as our ‘inner critic’...
When we can understand our values, it helps us deal with confrontations.
There is no wrong or right daily practice. It is individual just like you. It will more than likely evolve and change as you evolve and change.
Introducing the theme of creating a fulfilled mind.
Everyone acts differently under pressure. Luckily there is a simple formula that can give us awareness of how we act so as to understand ourselves and others more compassionately.
This week, Lea_p have been at Capgemini delivering two different leadership programmes and several Mindfulness workshops.
Written by Emmanuelle Langlois, Managing Partner at Lea_p.
Written by Lauren Burton, Managing Partner at Lea_p.
Written by one of our associates, Melda Ekmen.
Good communication skills are vital in order to achieve a productive, motivated and content workplace.
Written by one of our associates, Eric Kohner, CPCC.
Bringing coaching skills into your workplace as a Manager will allow you to build a relationship based on trust, benefiting work productivity.
The buzz around the benefits of Mindfulness in the workplace, for Leadership and, indeed, for life in general continues to grow. As the days and months role by, the high growth in research evidence supporting these claims means that individuals and organizations are increasingly interested in finding out what benefits they can get from introducing Mindfulness practices.
As a new year has approached, most of us have started to think about what we want this year to bring. We begin to set our new year resolutions, but what does the word resolution even mean anyway?
As Sunday comes to a close, most of us dread our Monday morning wake-up call. Most of us view Monday - Friday as a chore, five days we have to endure until the freedom of the next weekend. We don’t allow ourselves to have enjoyment throughout the week. Here are five steps you can take to start to change that.