I think we’ll look back on 2016 as the end of the beginning of the values-driven leadership revolution, and the start of the next phase. Sometimes we prepare for something without realizing that’s what we’re doing. As I think about the challenges facing business leaders heading into 2017, I think that’s exactly what we — you, me, and all of the values-driven leaders we know — have been doing over the past several years.
On October 16 - 18, 2016, values-driven leaders from around the country gathered in Boston for
an intimate, inspiring, and action-packed experience. Like all Small Giants Community events, our Passport event is designed to provoke meaningful networking, honest conversation, and immersive experiences with like-minded leaders and companies. For our Boston gathering, 22 leaders (including your SGC team!) took Boston by storm to visit Life Is Good, MiniLuxe, and Cue Ball, each day bookended with lively conversation, Boston adventures, and knowledge sharing inspired by each unique experience.
Originally posted on MindfulEntrepreneurship.com,
Written by Kristyna Zapletalova, CEO of MAQTOOB
Someone on the Internet recently asked me how one could develop good entrepreneurial skills. Since it was a rather busy day for me, my first urge was to spurt out that while you can learn how to run a business, you need to be born an entrepreneur. But then, as I lingered a while longer over the question, I started to ponder the very definition of entrepreneurship.
You might have noticed that you get your best ideas when you least expect them. It might be while you’re in the shower or on a walk. This is a common experience, and it’s not just coincidence; it’s neuroscience at work.