Tag: Resilience

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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Leadership Resilience: Step into new realities with grace and pluck.

Leadership Resilience: Step into new realities with grace and pluck.

| March 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

(C) 2012 By Elle Allison, PhD.All rights reserved. When disruptive change occurs, resilient leaders face a defining moment: will they step into the new reality with grace and pluck, or will they fail to see the new opportunities before them? You see, exceptional personal resilience is so much more than remaining steady in the face […]

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Leadership Resilience Inventory

Leadership Resilience Inventory

| February 13, 2012

Welcome to the leadership resilience inventory! This is the same inventory from the book Bounce Forward: The Extraordinary Resilience of Leadership (Allison-Napolitano, 2014) and the book for nurses: The Extraordinary Resilience of Nurse Leadership published by the American Nurses Association, 2015. Before you click the link below to go to the inventory, remember that the inventory […]

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Stare Back at Fear: 25 Things Leaders can Do Everyday

Stare Back at Fear: 25 Things Leaders can Do Everyday

| May 25, 2011 | 0 Comments

(C) Elle Allison, 2011 Happy people doing meaningful work will change the world. Stress is a dreadful robber of happiness. We may not want to create a stress free life, but we sure can create a stress-less life. And, we can “stare back” at the destructive emotions of fear, anxiety, anger, and attachment. Here are […]

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