Are You a Fear-Based Leader? Unveiling the Link Between Fear-Based Management and Childhood Trauma
Leaders who lead through either control or people-pleasing do so for reasons that can be traced back to childhood trauma. Self-recognition of these patterns is the first step toward breaking fear-based management cycles in favor of influencing healthier work environments for everyone.
Are You a Trauma-Responsive Leader? Why Trauma-Informed Leaders Make a Happy and Healthy Workplace
By bringing more trauma awareness and building a culture of patience, compassion, forgiveness and empathy, we can create the understanding that leads to happier, healthier and more productive people and places of business.
Could Entrepreneurship Be a Trauma Response? 5 Ways Our Emotional Past Manifests in Leadership
For some of us, entrepreneurship may be a response to our past traumas and understanding their role in our business is crucial to bettering ourselves and our employees.
Career Trauma Is a Real Thing. Here's How to Recognize and Recover From It.
Toxic workplaces are harming the health and mental well-being of many workers. In recent years, more people have spoken out about these dangers -- inspiring hope that we might finally be able to make a difference for those who suffer from workplace trauma every day.
5 Myths About 'Limiting Beliefs' That Keep Entrepreneurs Stuck
Look inward to face your own mental blocks and get unstuck.
The One Skill Founders Need to Master to Run a Business
Developing a business is like a roller-coaster ride where you can go from euphoria to thinking the world is falling apart, and then back to euphoria again-all in a day