What kind of person do you want to be when faced with adversity, difficulty, and obstacles? We often as our clients this question when they are preparing for a challenge. It’s a question of “leadership,” based not on previously failed or successful experiences, but on the person you want to be. We believe, in accordance with humanistic psychology, that you ultimately always have the choice. We are constantly making a choice with regard to the reaction we want to have when faced with a situation.

Top 7 Secrets from The Most Inspiring Leaders

An inspiring leader is someone who is able to motivate employees to be what they know they can be. Unfortunately, too many employees dread going to work and are unsatisfied in their current job position. Consequently, this leads to a higher turnover rate, absenteeism...

29 June 2016