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The concept of Change Resilience from Transcend
“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.” ― Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities   2020 was a rough year for

Leading with Emotional Intelligence

Posted on February 9, 2021
The new year is upon us – many people are setting new years’ resolutions and goals; whether that be health, fitness, work, family, travel, community, etc. We are big advocates of setting goals, making them SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound), writing them down, tracking progress, and re-visiting them regularly to make sure they are still relevant. That being said – possibly more important than setting goals, is assessing the kind of leader (and

3 Steps to Develop Change Resilience

Posted on May 5, 2020
One thing we can count on is that change is the only constant. At this moment, we are all experiencing changes associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, whether that means illness and loss, business challenges, isolation or simply disruption of your life and work routines. This kind of change, which is largely outside of our control, can provoke us to anger, frustration and resistance. Our ability to move beyond these emotional reactions and build proactive positive

5 Best Practices to Lead Virtually

Posted on March 31, 2020
Due to the global pandemic and to the rapid changes that have ensued over the last few weeks, many people are now working remotely. Leaders are having to lead and manage remote teams, and employees are adjusting to working remotely while potentially also homeschooling their children/ juggling childcare/ working at home with their spouses. The good news is that leadership itself, doesn’t change. Whether co-located or remote: people are people. What has changed: leaders now have to be more intentional, use
“Leadership is action, not position.” – Donald H. McGannon Contrary to popular belief, leadership is not about the role we hold in an organization; rather it is about the actions we choose to take day in, and day out. Those actions correlate to our ability to influence others, which is at the core of all leadership skills. At Transcend, we define leadership as having the ability to inspire and motivate yourself and others to take

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