Standing on my shoulder, whispering in my ear “you’re not ready for that” my ugly little “never enough” gremlin is trying to protect me from some perceived possibility of failure. ...

I find The Hero’s Journey to be a useful metaphor for the experience of leading business transformation. In this post, I’ll use the steps in The Hero’s Journey, with myself as an example, to illustrate the change leader’s quest....

I looked inside at the worries and assumptions keeping me from publishing a leadership blog with my own original thoughts and I found myself sleeping on a cardboard box under a bridge. ...

All of us experience anxiety, fear, anger and sadness in our personal and professional lives, especially during times of change, it’s unavoidable. But many leaders refuse to admit emotions exist, either their own or other people’s emotions. ...

Large-scale transformation requires a brand of leader who is capable of personally transforming themselves ahead of their organizations. In September we will bring together leaders to become the first cohort for MNCG’s Hero’s Journey program, an approach to leadership development for companies experiencing significant change....