Fulfillonaire Leadership Principle #3: Leaders Bring Certainty to Uncertainty

Troubled times are where we really get to see what our leaders are made of. Now, more than ever, the world, and the state of education, is crying out for leaders who "get it."   

The ones who "get it" know that what their people really want and value is the sense that they are seen, that they are heard, that they are valued, that they are trusted, and that they matter. ...

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5 Ways to Center Yourself When People are Panicking

fulfillionaire leadership Mar 13, 2020

The topic that seems to be everywhere right now is COVID-19, and what I'm hearing from a lot of people is fear.  

Fear can be debilitating to anyone pursuing an ambitious goal, and it can also serve a crucial purpose to protect us from danger.  The trick is to understand helpful from harmful fear.  It can be particularly difficult to differentiate between helpful and harmful...

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Fulfillionaire Leadership Principle #2: Navigating Conflict like a Champ

fulfillionaire leadership Mar 03, 2020
 

Conflict inherently has a negative connotation for many of us... 

It's something to be avoided. 

Or rushed through. 

Or avoided in the moment only to be rehashed with a safe sounding board afterwards.  

One of the most impactful lessons I've learned as I began to focus on my personal development was what a gift conflict really can be.  In the past, I...

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Fulfillionaire Leadership Principle #1: People Support What They Help To Create

 

Principle #1: People Support What They Help To Create

This principle may seem obvious to you, but stop and think about whether or not you truly employ it for a moment. 

  • As a leader, when you roll out a new initiative, idea, or procedure with your staff, what is your process for doing so?  
  • Do you hold listening sessions or have conversations with key people who will be...
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Is This What the Face of Future Leadership Will Look Like?

leadership Jan 21, 2019

I believe so. Or at least, I hope so. And no, I’m not just talking about my face. It’s just that a face like mine represents what’s possible when each one of us as individuals chooses to live our lives differently.

And I believe that it will be women like myself…sensitive, dreamers, big-hearted, smart, passionate women, willing to take risks, to speak up, to rise up,...

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