How To Build Trust: Pay Attention, Communicate Clearly, Be Real

It begins and ends with showing up as your real, unapologetic, authentic self. We opened this topic last week, and we continue this week by exploring the relationship between authenticity, communication, presence, and trust. To get us started, some bold words from Harvard Business School professor Frances Frei: Pay less attention to what you think…

Finding Clarity and Simplicity in a Complex and Confusing World

Last week, I spent two days with a group of 20 CEOs and their deputies from seven European countries. I had been invited to introduce Transformational Presence Leadership and to offer them tools and approaches for navigating the ongoing rapid change and disruption in the arena of global business. As we explored together, it became…

Finding Clarity and Simplicity in a Complex and Confusing World

Last week, I spent two days with a group of 20 CEOs and their deputies from seven European countries. I had been invited to introduce Transformational Presence Leadership and to offer them tools and approaches for navigating the ongoing rapid change and disruption in the arena of global business. As we explored together, it became…

Introducing the Transformational Presence Community Manifesto

The practice of Transformational Presence is rapidly expanding around the world through our graduates and Certified Transformational Presence Coaches. Since the founding of the Center for Transformational Presence in early 2010, so much has happened. As our community continues to grow, more community members are stepping forward to ask how they can become more involved.…

Stripping Away All That Is Not Who We Really Are

Earlier this summer, I had the privilege of spending time with John Philip Newell, perhaps the foremost teacher of Celtic spirituality in the world today. He was in residence as the chaplain of the week at Chautauqua Institution in early August and spoke in the amphitheater every morning. John Philip and I first met back…

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