Good Morning Friends!


I hope your week has been awesome!

This week was really exciting for me because we are officially one month away from the ON Leadership Conference, taking place Nov. 21 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick. One of my favorite things to do is be part of—and hold—experiential, introspective events. I am counting down the days until I can spend time with so many of you at ON!

As you head into the weekend, here are a few small things you can do to support your leadership journey…

Resilient Leadership

As leaders, we are tested each and every day. We get thrown curve balls we didn’t see coming. We welcome in opportunity and adventure… sometimes unexpectedly so!

I had the chance to sit down with one of our ON Lighting Talk speakers Trent Theroux to get his thoughts on what makes for resilient leaders. Learn more about the concept of resilient leadership in this 5 question catch-up with Trent (click here).

To see Trent live on the big stage at the ON Leadership Conference click here to register!

[Video] Courage and Perspective

There are defining moments that happen in our life that test us in the most trying of ways. They demand from us a heightened level of courage and bravery… even when we feel we have nothing to give. They ask us to consider a different perspective so that we can see things a little more clearly.

This poignant video (click here) does a fantastic job reminding us of the importance of courage and perspective so that we can lead every part of our lives with great purpose and meaning.

Changing of the Guard

Did you know that 10,000 Baby Boomers are retiring each day? At the same time, 48% of the workforce will be Millennials by 2020. Our workforce is forever changing, but this is not a bad thing! Instead, it’s a fantastic opportunity for you to stand up and think about how you want to form relationships moving forward. How can you actively work to bridge the generational divide?

Stand Up

“Action is what converts human dreams into significance.” – John C. Maxwell

I love this quote because it speaks to the importance of action, of enacting the change we wish to see and of sitting in the driver seat, more often than we sit in the passenger.

What action can you take next week to bring your dream to life?



Warmest Regards,

Tim Hebert