We are extremely thankful to add Errol Rempel to the Fullwell team of consultants and coaches.
Let’s embrace the new realities of today and shine again.
Our lives, and the world, seem to get more complex by the day, so leaders must quickly learn to think in complex systems.
I spent far too many years as an undifferentiated leader, believing that I was "caring for people."
Imperfect conflict is still healthier and more productive than fake unity.
Being attentive to our inner formation as a leader is unquestioningly the greatest gift we can give those we serve.
I believe all strong leaders exhibit narcissistic tendencies at times. I have certainly seen this failure in me.
When leaders cultivate the conditions for constant evolution, they unleash the potential for boundless new growth.
Leadership characteristics of empathy, compassion, emotional intelligence and self-sacrifice are more commonly displayed in women leaders.
The organizations with the greatest potential for good in our world are expected to function on the least amount of money possible.
Whenever we begin to feel the emotions that come from unmet expectations, they should trigger us to practice the pause and ask one question.
Our passion is to be a safe place you can go to process how to move your charity toward greater impact.
When I face the competing commitments to either make progress or wait until the circumstances are perfect, I will choose progress.
While there's a quarter of the year remaining, let's finish strong.
Conflict is rarely a matter of navigating right vs. wrong decisions.
Selfless love should be our overarching ethic.
The opposite of shame is vulnerability, which requires safety.
Helping people around the world by helping other charities to grow.