Category: Leadership Retreats

Reinventing Leadership: Nine Things Virtual Leaders Must Focus On

All the research that has been released today on leading in our new virtual frontier says there’s something missing. The challenge is that leaders are being called upon to focus on how to create culture in a virtual world. After reviewing my week, I’ve discovered nine areas of opportunity leaders should focus on to help strengthen their virtual culture. In order to do this, leaders are going to have to stretch their authenticity, transparency and connectivity.

The Nine Areas Leaders Need to Focus on is
-Building Clarity
– Focusing on Cause
– Challenging Potential
– Demonstrate Culture
– Describe Commitment
– Be Courageous
– Celebrate
– Building a Learning Community
– Integrate Comedy

It’s time to reinvent leadership in a way that you show up as a more authentic version of yourself. Bring more clarity, raise the necessity of why people do what they do, make bigger declarations, make commitments, find the behaviors they need to take on to reach their goals, celebrate people, build a community and be the missing piece of culture that your company and your team needs right now. It’s a big request, but you can do it.

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Use this Quarantine to Run Your Personal Leadership Retreat

Times are crazy now and people are searching for things do to while they are at home. Many people have found themselves with extra time on their hands. Time to Netflix binge, time to be with the kids, time to take walks and think about how they want their life to be post-COVID 19.   Why…
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What to Talk About at a Leadership Retreat

As I was filming a video about why things always get in the way of what we care about, I got kicked out of the lobby of the Omni San Diego hotel. After 17 years as an executive coach, I’ve had a lot of practice on what to talk about at a leadership retreat. I like to focus on three deep questions that help leaders and teams strengthen their personal identity.

What do you care about?
Do you own it?
What’s stopping you?

These questions might seem odd at first, but just as Jennifer Potter agrees in her recent HBR Article, sometimes you have to go slow to go fast. Most teams want to just dive right into planning for the next quarter or year or discuss goals, but without strong self-awareness and a sense of identity around what you care about, no one will follow you. Learn more about why I ask these questions at leadership retreats. A bonus question is one I experienced recently while I was volunteering which is, what is relevant to you? Deep questions create a strong identity to strengthen teams.

FreshBiz Team Building Event Featuring Kaiser Permanente

shBiz is a one-hour board game that teaches the entrepreneurial mindset, innovation, and high-level collaboration. It’s great for team building events, sales retreats, executive retreats, and strategy retreats. We are proud to be the only FreshBiz facilitator in Southern California and would love to talk about the opportunities it could provide your team

A team retreat for the inner game of leadership a case study

A Team Retreat for The Inner Game of Leadership: A Case Study

Team Building Meditation Retreat Where leadership meets meditation. Length of Team Building Retreat: 2 Hours # Of Participants : 8 We are in an age where there is no solitude at all and if there were any we’d grab for our phones to make sure there wasn’t any. Elisha Goldstein @mindful_living Today, everyone has so…
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San Diego Leadership Retreat

How to Prepare for Your Next Leadership Retreat

If you are an executive or leader looking to plan your company’s next leadership retreat, there are probably a lot of questions on your mind. But have you thought about asking, “How do I prepare how I want my people to show up at the retreat?” Learn about how to prepare for a leadership retreat.

Corporate Retreat Cushman & Wakefield La Jolla, CA

Cushman & Wakefield Corporate Retreat

We were honored when Dan Broderick, Regional Managing Principal for Southwest U.S., and Mexico Cushman & Wakefield asked us to plan their corporate retreat, and also very excited.