As thought leaders in the executive coaching and leadership space, our SGI team is regularly featured in the media. Check out our latest media mentions below.
Inspiring Leadership For Uncertain Times
By Karlin Sloan
Revised for a new audience in a new era, Inspiring Leadership in Uncertain Times by Karlin Sloan shows you how to break through the fear to survive the long haul and create a fuller, richer, more sustainable organization. Packed with techniques and case studies, you’ will learn:
Why businesses must shift gears to social responsibility and collective right action.
How corporate giants and small businesses alike bounced back from change and adversity.
How to reduce fear-based behaviors, inspire performance, and align your companyaround a larger purpose.
How to develop charisma in a virtual world
The rapid change to working from home in 2020 led to many senior executives contemplating how they would influence colleagues through a screen.
Having charisma in business helps to inspire trust and confidence, arguably never more important than now. But what works in an open-plan office or conference room will not necessarily work in virtual meetings. So, how can you hone your executive presence in a virtual world?
Five Tips for Feeling Fab
Resilience is the capacity to bounce back from change and challenge - no matter what the circumstances. It’s our instinctive human hardwiring to stretch, to learn, to grow and to take our circumstances and use them to become better rather than crumble under the weight of stress. Resilience means that we can transcend present circumstances by accepting reality and focusing on a positive future.
5 Resilience Tips
From the Covid-19 pandemic to the wave of economic loss, personal loneliness, isolation, and deep uncertainty about what’s in store, this is a time when even the toughest of us can find ourselves struggling with stress. How do we recover despite the changing world all around us? We need to tap into our innate human capabilities of resilience.
Six New Year’s Resolutions For Leaders In 2021
Right now, leaders will be making their resolutions for 2021. So, what should they be thinking about this year – given all the challenge and uncertainty that undoubtedly lies ahead? Here six leadership experts share their thoughts.
5 Inspiring Business Books For 2021
Boost your bounce: Hacks and tools to ramp up your resilience and bounce back from tough times
Stressed to strong: How to recover when things are bad
From the Covid-19 pandemic to the wave of economic loss, personal loneliness, isolation, and deep uncertainty about what’s in store, this is a time when even the toughest of us can find ourselves struggling with stress.
How to command a Zoom Room
Global Banking & Finance Review
The rapid change to working from home in 2020 has led to many senior executives contemplating how to influence colleagues through a screen. Having charisma in business helps to inspire trust and confidence, arguably never more important than now.
Resilient Leadership: Navigating the Pressure at Work
Navigating the intense pressure at work requires resilience, but this time of change is special – it also requires leaders to take a step back, to engage our most innovative and strategic thinking, and to practice a unique self-discipline that will enable us to activate our organisations for a new world.
Leadership Responses to Covid-19
How to Make a Difference in a Noisy World
As entrepreneurs and game-changers, you are the ones at the forefront of change. Right now, in this short window, there is a moment where everyone and everything is shifting -and it’s something you’ve been preparing for your whole life. How can you make a difference right now – be it with your company, your leadership team, your customers or even your product?
Five Tips to Build Confidence and Capability in Times of Stress
Global Banking & Finance Review
Across the ancient world from Japanese Samurai to Confucius to Ancient Egyptians, Romans, Greeks and throughout the religions of the world, concepts of VIRTUE or character strengths have been viewed as foundational to a positive society. People who are virtuous promote individual and collective greatness, and those virtues can help us to transcend difficulty and bring out the best in ourselves.
When life gives you lemons… Just how resilient are you? Take the quiz
We Are The City
From the Covid-19 pandemic to an epidemic of economic loss, personal loneliness and isolation, and deep uncertainty about what’s in store, this is a time when even the toughest of us can find ourselves feeling stress, fear, and exhaustion. Take this brief quiz to determine your primary storytelling style when things get tough.
Made Not Born: The Influence of Great Leadership
Next Gen Mvmnt
How to ramp up your resilience and bounce back from change and challenge
Contrary to popular belief, resilience isn’t just something you’re born with – it is made every day in the stories you tell yourself and others. When the going gets tough, you can in fact train yourself to become more resilient.
Inspiring Leadership Interview
Tech Diva Success Podcast
Are you looking for some lessons on how to be an inspirational leader? Do you want to talk about leading through challenging times? Join the Tech Diva Podcast for an interview with author and CEO Karlin Sloan.
Leadership and Covid 19: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The Coronavirus pandemic has heralded a new era of uncertainty in the whole of society and this requires a new standard of leadership. Those leaders who can move beyond fear and who have the ability to look at the big societal picture are the ones who will come out of our current global crisis in a positive place.
Twelve Lessons from Business Innovators
Compassionate leaders acknowledge our universal interconnectedness and use their influence to make a positive impact on others and the planet. These leaders are courageous, contemplative, collaborative and care about the world they will leave behind. Karlin Sloan was recently featured on Forbes.com as a business innovator.
Why fear is dangerous for business leaders during a crisis
Association of MBAs
In recent months during the active Covid-19 pandemic we’ve seen leaders who are able to stay cool and calm in the face of threats, and those who have derailed. The difference is how they handle fear – both their own, and that of their team and organisation, as Karlin Sloan explains.
5 Top Tips To Become An Inspiring Leader
Family Business United
The global pandemic is rapidly highlighting the need for excellence in leadership in organisations worldwide. Who thrives during times of change, and what are the practices that can help us be inspiring leaders right now?
Five Ways To Become A Better Leader Through Coaching
It’s no coincidence that the greatest leaders are often effective coaches of other people. By applying coaching techniques, leaders can influence their teams to collaborate successfully, solve problems creatively and accomplish things they never thought possible. In today’s challenging business environment, where teams are having to address unexpected challenges as a result of Covid-19, the case for coaching is stronger than ever. Karlin Sloan was recently featured on Forbes.com as an expert on leadership coaching.
The Role of Fear in Leadership
According to a recent poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation, over half of U.S. adults (56%) report that “worry or stress related to the coronavirus outbreak has caused them to experience at least one negative effect on their mental health and wellbeing.” Our organizational leaders are no exception. So what role does fear play in leadership during this time of change, challenge, and significant stress?