Feedback and Self-Awareness
We hear nonstop about how valuable feedback is to build our self-awareness. Scott Miller shares a simple, yet effective, way to get valuable feedback and to act on it.
Looking Around Corners
Great leaders can anticipate what’s on the horizon and have the agility and nimbleness to respond accordingly. Develop this game-changing skill by asking yourself and your team these six questions.
Look Forward, Faster: Mauro Guillén
Join Wharton business school professor and author of 2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide And Reshape The Future Of Everything, Mauro Guillén, as he helps leaders prepare for change.
How are you differentiating your brand from others? Are you surprising and delighting? You don’t need to show others up to show up yourself.
Identify Your Biases
Here's a short exercise to help you become more aware of your biases and how they cloud your perceptions and influence your decisions.
6 Traits That Make New Leaders Great Leaders
Achieving goals as an individual, month after month, has little correlation to helping others do the same. As you’re surveying your leadership bench strength, consider these traits of great leaders.
Sell Successfully: Jennifer Colosimo
Jen Colosimo translates her deep experience in sales and professional development into useful and tactical strategies for achieving successful sales and business results.
Here's Some Encouragement
Could you use some Jack Canfield Chicken Soup for the Pandemic-Fatigued Soul? Scott Miller shares some encouragement in the face of so much uncertainty.
Are You Abundant?
Are you abundant? At first blush, I bet every one of us would automatically answer yes. But then, we aren’t the one who gets to decide. It’s everyone else who gets to make that judgment.
Share the Stage
When you've got the stage, how will you choose to use it? Will you bask in the spotlight, or will you let it shine on others?
The Cultural Cancer of Stereotypes
We make generalizations for many reasons, and they’re usually reliable mental shortcuts for us. But everyone’s got an individual story, and if you care enough, you’ll learn it.
Trust. Credibility. Access.
David Rubenstein's combination of trustworthiness and credibility provides him unrivaled access to remarkable leaders, thinkers, and personalities who become unusually vulnerable in his interviews.
How To Lead: David Rubenstein
Join bestselling author, interviewer, and billionaire philanthropist, David Rubenstein, as he shares the lessons learned from his interviews with prolific business leaders and titans of industry.
Uncovering Unconscious Bias: Pamela Fuller, Mark Murphy, and Anne Chow
Join the co-authors of FranklinCovey’s newest book, The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias: How to Reframe Bias, Cultivate Connection, and Create High-Performing Teams.
Lead Across 5 Generations: Haydn Shaw
Join FranklinCovey consultant and author of, Sticking Points, Haydn Shaw, as he shares poignant insights on generational gaps, life stages and effectively leading across generations.
Vulnerability in Action
Authentic leadership is a hot topic and phrase these days. Scott Miller shares five ways leaders can show vulnerability, earn loyalty, and engage their people.
6 Questions to Unlock a Coaching Mindset
Is your mindset where it needs to be to move into a coaching and mentoring role? Here are six questions to ask yourself to unlock a coaching state of mind.
Talk Less. Ask More: Michael Simpson, Maria Sullivan, and Kari Saddler
Michael Simpson, Maria Sullivan, and Kari Saddler discuss coaching tactics from their newly revised book, Unlocking Potential: 7 Coaching Skills That Transform Individuals, Teams, and Organizations.
Tell Me About That
Anne Chow is the CEO of AT&T Business, and soon to be a bestselling author. Her book, Unconscious Bias: How To Reframe Bias, Cultivate Connection, and Create High-Performing Teams hits stores on 11/10
Do Something Different
Laird Hamilton's disruption permeates his life. He isn’t living for anyone's approval. Model his courage and innovation in your own life and do something different for a change.