Posts Tagged: leaders

Transition, Transformation, and Transcendence: What are you leading? – A guest blog by Kevin McKenzie

Posted by MarchFifteen & filed under Leadership Development.

At this point, it is safe to say we are all a bit tired of hearing about the need to “transform” in “unprecedented” times. And while things are starting to feel more like pre-pandemic times, the need to challenge the status quo and evolve will always be present if you want to remain impactful. But can… Read more »

Empathy 101: Why Should Leaders or Anyone Care? – A Guest Blog by Patrizia Rothenberger

Posted by MarchFifteen and Patrizia Rothenberger & filed under Organizational Psychology.

With conversations on burnout and employee retention top of mind for many leaders, we wanted to share with you a piece by our dear friend, Patrizia Rothenberger, on the importance and impact of empathy. In this article, Pat beautifully explains this key component of our daily interactions and, even more importantly, highlights how to “do”… Read more »

We Are All Tired Of This Pandemic

Posted by Edyta Pacuk & filed under Reflection.

We are all tired of this pandemic. Many of our clients are dealing with some degree of PTSD or depression, and some are just done. Lately, I am even exposed to such “radical” thinking as “let us all as a family or company get COVID-19 and be done with it”. When our Minister of Health… Read more »

COVID-19 Virtual (Just-in-time) Coaching

Posted by MarchFifteen & filed under Announcements.

As we all continue to work through this crisis, MarchFifteen is acutely aware of the extra pressures placed on managers. We are implementing a temporary coaching offer to help managers – and thus your teams – deal with: The anxiety around the current state of ambiguity and uncertainty. Their own stress and the stress of… Read more »

Critical Thinking and Potential for Development

Posted by Martine Sanscartier & filed under Leadership Development.

When assessing potential, our clients often ask us “How quickly can the individual grow into the role?”, or “Can this competency be easily developed?”, and my response usually highlights that it depends on how committed the leader is to changing current behaviours and developing new ones. While I still wholeheartedly agree with this statement, I… Read more »