Tag: Transformational Leadership

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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Good Vibrations! Five Ways to Move Others to Action.

Good Vibrations! Five Ways to Move Others to Action.

| January 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Copyright © 2014 Elle Allison Napolitano “Great leaders move us.” (Golman, Boyatzis, and McKee)  New Year beginnings are AWESOME. Even if you choose to forego drafting a personal list of “resolutions,” you probably still feel eager to make things happen in your life and leadership work in 2014. Leaders who understand how contagious emotions are, make it their business to […]

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Flywheel: Transformational Leadership Coaching that Plays a Bigger Game

Flywheel: Transformational Leadership Coaching that Plays a Bigger Game

| March 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Elle Allison, PhD. (C) All RIghts Reserved Leadership Coaching is a fabulous strategy for sustaining leadership and leaders. When leaders have leadership coaches, they have thought partners who are committed to doing their “coaching thing” during coaching conversations, while they reflect on their work and take action to move initiatives forward. What if Your Coaching […]

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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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