Posted in Resilience
by Tony Schwartz

Humanity as a Competitive Advantage

Earlier this week, I flew from New York to Boston and took off a full day to see a doctor about a medical condition I have. I went to these lengths because I understood him to be perhaps the world’s...

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Posted in Leadership
by Tony Schwartz

Rather Than Fight or Flight Take Responsibility

I was in a large meeting at my company, sharing an idea that had occurred to me, when one of my younger colleagues raised her hand and jumped in. “I’m feeling like we’re getting off track,” she said with some...

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Posted in Resilience
by Tony Schwartz

The Importance of Naming Your Emotions

“How are you feeling?” Those are the four deceptively simple words with which my colleagues and I regularly begin our meetings and our training sessions at other organizations. People ask the question to each other, one at a time. We...

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Posted in Resilience
by Tony Schwartz

Care is the X Factor at Work

Earlier this week, a midlevel employee at a company I work with got on a plane at his own expense, prompted by a decision that he felt had not been fair to one of his colleagues, and flew several thousand...

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Posted in Resilience
by Tony Schwartz

If You Feel Compelled to Do Something, Don’t

For a week, I kept notes about two different columns I was thinking of writing. When I finally sat down to try to write the first one, the notes had disappeared from my computer. My first response was astonishment, then...

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Posted in Awareness
by Tony Schwartz

See How We Do It

Organizations usually seek out consultants when they have a goal and need help with a strategy and roadmap to achieve it. By contrast, The Energy Project engages with organizations who are struggling to execute a strategy, achieve a goal or...

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