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stack of blank books Step Back, Reflect and Practice What You Preach

Lately, when I am not working as a leadership development consultant, I am neck deep in my dissertation study as I work toward a PhD…

Cartoon puppetier The Illusion of Control

I have strong control needs. In the past, I had always preferred to work alone to ensure things were done “right.” And, this worked pretty…

FEBI learning lounge banner Interview with FEBI Coach, Dr. Nika Quirk

I recently caught up with  FEBI  Certified Coach, Nika Quirk, to talk about her recent academic work and what’s next now that she is Dr.…

Zen garden in black and white When Driving For Results Does More Harm Than Good

I come from a family of high-achievers, so driving for results is a very familiar pattern. We reward leaders who are good at this “push”…

Overworked woman Overworked and underpaid? How would Zen Leadership help?

In connection with a webinar we hosted last week around  The Zen Leader , a premier coach in Singapore contacted me, wondering how a Zen…

Zen garden in black and white Ginny Whitelaw on the Stu Taylor Show

Ginny Whitelaw is interviewed on the Stu Taylor radio show (www.stutaylor.com) about her new book, The Zen Leader: 10 Ways to go From Barely Managing…

Maslow's Hierarchy How do most leaders get stuck in Maslow’s Hierarchy?

Most of us are pretty familiar with Maslow’s hierarchy as it relates to life – physical needs at the bottom… self-actualization at the top. But…

Zen garden in black and white Video: Workshop Experience

In the final installment of our video series, Dr. Ginny Whitelaw, author of The Zen Leader, discusses what type of experience a participant can expect…

A Business Case for The Zen Leader

I was recently at a networking event of a small group of local business consultants.  With my fresh copy of  The Zen Leader  on the…