INTERMISSION BLOG

The Quiet Leader

The terms introversion and extroversion, originally made popular by psychologist Carl Jung, have now become common terms in describing our innate...

Risky Business: Get Your Team to Dare

Our task as facilitators, and leaders, is to create an environment where uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure are part of life. Where failure is...

We Need to Talk: How to Prepare for a Difficult Conversation at Work

There’s tension at work among the members of your team. Or maybe you need to speak with an employee after receiving feedback from a client regarding...

Leadership Habits to Make You a Better Influence on Those Around You

“What are your top five leadership habits?”

The Presence of Women Leaders

Use silence. Don’t fear the pause, both when you are presenting or just speaking with a colleague.  As an Ariel facilitator, I have been privileged...

How to Prepare Your Leaders for Remote Management

Meet Ella, the Marketing Manager of a global organization headquartered in Atlanta, GA. Ella leads a team of ten whose direct reports account for an...

These 2 Communication Skills Will Transform Your Organization in 2018

We may live in a digital world, but soft skills like communication, problem solving, collaboration, and empathy are becoming more valued than...

5 Ways to Reach Out to a Virtual Colleague

What can you do to reach out and connect with your virtual team member, direct report, or manager? When Belle Halpern and Kathy Lubar founded Ariel...

3 Ways For Virtual Teams To Create Human Connections

79% of professionals work on virtual teams, yet 84% do not feel prepared for today’s virtual work requirements. Business runs on the power of...

How to Delegate with Authority and Presence

Strong leaders don't “dump” their work on people. Phones ringing. Inboxes overflowing. Colleagues and staff asking for your input. Leaders in our...

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