Category Archives: compassion

2018Dec25
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Leading with Compassion

What I have learned (and for the record, seem to keep learning… darn it!) about compassion and leadership…
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2018May01
Renie Cavallari

Lead with kindness

Pay-It-Forward Day was this past Saturday. It is an annual, global celebration to raise our consciousness around the impact of our kindness and the ripple effect we each have on one another. It is a day of reflection on how we commitment to acts of kindness.
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2017Dec26
Renie Cavallari

10 Lessons Learned this year

Here are a few lessons I learned in 2017. In some instances, I was reminded AGAIN!
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2017Oct10
Renie Cavallari

Icebergs ahead!

Problems are a lot like icebergs...  The real issues tend to be hidden below the surface.
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2017Jun27
Renie Cavallari

If it feels wrong...

When you feel that something is wrong... and you see that something is wrong... Odds are, something is wrong! It is where knowledge, experience, focused listening, and your gut (mind, body, and soul) all come together to tell you what you need to know. I’ve always had good intuition though I have […]
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2016Feb23
Renie Cavallari

What's your problem?

The root cause of most problems is communication. It doesn’t matter if the problem is at home or at the office; for most of us, our ability to resolve challenges and issues reflects how well or how poorly we communicate.  
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2015Nov24
Renie Cavallari

Be the change you want to see in the world

As we reflect on the events in our world over the past few weeks, it becomes clear that we have to find alignment as well as compassion to move forward. Fear will not help us find our way. Fear only provides darkness.
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2015Oct05
Renie Cavallari

Say what needs to be said…in a way another person can have it

For me, I like communication clear and direct and over the years I have learned that many people need it a little "softer." Understanding how another person needs to receive your feedback is paramount to effecting the change you want in those who are executing your plan.
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