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First Do Nothing.

First Do Nothing.

| July 25, 2015 | 1 Comment

 Battle the Mischief of Assumptions  By Elle Allison-Napolitano, PhD. Copyright© 2015, All Rights Reserved.     Lately, I’ve been thinking about how assumptions create a lot of   mischief in families, communities, and in teams and organizations. I’ve certainly blundered from my own assumptions often enough that now, whenever I catch myself feeling Absolutely Certain, I […]

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Introducing a New Book from the ANA:  Bounce Forward: The Extraordinary Resilience of Nurse Leadership

Introducing a New Book from the ANA: Bounce Forward: The Extraordinary Resilience of Nurse Leadership

| March 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Copyright©2015 Elle Allison-Napolitano All Rights Reserved I am pleased to announce my new book available from the American Nurses Association! About This Book: An Extraordinary Form of Resilience This is a book about an extraordinary form of resilience that I call “leadership resilience.”  Leadership Resilience is defined as the experience of growing stronger in the face […]

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How Women Cultivate Leadership Resilience: Three Practices

How Women Cultivate Leadership Resilience: Three Practices

| March 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Copyright©2015 Elle Allison-Napolitano All Rights Reserved In my previous article, titled “Women Leaders are Strong as Hell,” I wrote about the assets needed for resilient leadership and how those assets are harder to come by for women. In this post I focus on what women can do to cultivate leadership resilience. Leveraging qualities that help everyone grow […]

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Women Leaders are Strong as Hell

Women Leaders are Strong as Hell

| March 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Copyright©2015 Elle Allison-Napolitano All Rights Reserved. Human Beings possess incredibly reliable adaptive systems that allow them to absorb, process, and bounce back from life’s vicissitudes. Beautifully, resilience is common and it works for all of us. Because I’m interested in the nature of resilience in leadership however, I’m often asked if resilience is different for […]

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