The First Principle of Wellbeing at Work: Is This Workplace Safe?

The First Principle of Wellbeing at Work: Is This Workplace Safe?

My first job at a global company was almost thirty years ago. Looking back on that time, I feel deeply indebted for the exposure I gained so early in my career—training in ethics and diversity, experiences with extraordinary teams, relationships with people from cultures across the world. I grew as a leader and human being […]

Ready to Build an Authentic Culture of Wellbeing? These 3 Tools Can Help

Ready to Build an Authentic Culture of Wellbeing? These 3 Tools Can Help

“Wellness at work is the right to work in a manner that is healthy, motivating, and edifying. Everyone—workers, managers, and business owners—should endeavor to work in a way that improves our own wellness and the wellbeing of others.”- The Future of Wellness at Work, a 2016 report by the Global Wellness Institute Work can feel […]

Three Illusions That May Prevent Your Deepest Wellbeing

Three Illusions That May Prevent Your Deepest Wellbeing

Yesterday, one of my dearest friends sent me David Whyte’s recent TED Talk. Like you, I get too many emails to count, but for some reason, this one called me to listen. Decades ago, my employer used Whyte as part of our executive development programs. I found him to have a remarkable gift for using […]

Anger: Transforming Its Poison Into Positive Connection

Anger: Transforming Its Poison Into Positive Connection

Like most of you, I feel incredibly upset. I am disturbed by the horrific violence playing out in my home country (USA) and around the world. I am distraught by the political energies exacerbating our collective strife, rather than the use of politics to build bridges, heal our conflicts, and help people rise to new […]

5 Powerful Shifts That Help Leaders Liberate Human Energy

We are excited and honored about the Forbes article with Kathy Caprino, Contributor of Forbes, interviewing Renee Moorefield, CEO of Wisdom Works Group. You can read the Forbes interview 5 Powerful Shifts That Help Leaders Liberate Human Energy here.

3 Strategies to Unleash Your Potential as Leader & Whole Human Being

3 Strategies to Unleash Your Potential as Leader & Whole Human Being

  If you think of yourself as a leader, generative questions like this one motivate you. Thirty years ago, leaders managed human energy; today effective leadership is all about liberating it. Why? Because for work to get done you must inspire innovation, collaboration, and learning across geographies and worldviews with a scale we could barely […]

Stop Action Real-Time For Better Results? Here Are 3 Ways That Work.

Stop Action Real-Time For Better Results? Here Are 3 Ways That Work.

One of your roles as leader is to create the conditions where people, including yourself, can show up at the wisest and best. This is a strategic charge, yet most often brought to life in the daily realities of the job. Because it is in those everyday moments that some of the most powerful leadership […]

The Economies That Creativity Built: 4 Provocative Ideas

The Economies That Creativity Built: 4 Provocative Ideas

We are a planet of 7 billion potential innovators. Studies of human development, such as those shared in this terrific Crash Course Big History, highlight major epochs we’ve undergone—from foraging peoples and agricultural societies to the industrial revolution and today’s digital age. With each transformation, we’ve reinvented our worldviews, our values and motivations, and the […]

The Pivot That Turns Challenge Into Growth: What These Inspiring Women Know

The Pivot That Turns Challenge Into Growth: What These Inspiring Women Know

Some people know how to turn lemons into lemonade. My grandmother was one of those people until the end. She died a few months shy of 101 years old, and although she was in severe physical pain for her last decade of life, she never stopped living. I could feel her can-do attitude in the […]

Ready to Disrupt Yourself On Purpose? Try Uncentering!

Ready to Disrupt Yourself On Purpose? Try Uncentering!

“This feedback hurts a bit,” Rachel said with a big sigh as we debriefed her leadership assessment results. “But I know it’s exactly what I need to hear right now” she courageously said with her next breath. As a long-time senior healthcare leader, she’d recently been waking up with an uneasy, lackluster feeling that something […]