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The scientific findings as well as the long-time personal experiences are summarized in various publications and create insight in the topic of self-leadership and its opportunities.


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Selfleadership emotional resilience


This pandemic has changed the way we travel, meet, interact, socially connect with each other, and essentially the way we learn. Though remote learning has increased multifold in the past years, there is a sudden surge necessitated by the present crisis.  What were simple group activities have become complex ones with cautiousness and social distancing, while WFH and online interactions have become the preferred way of working and learning together.  Is this the new normal or just an interregnum?

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Impact of Self-Leadership on Success in the Business World

50 percent of employees throughout the world leave their jobs to get away from their bosses. Only 10-15 percent of employees are involved in, enthusiastic about, and committed to their work and workplace.

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Time for Reflection.

In The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, nurse Bronnie Ware asked people on their deathbeds about their five biggest regrets.

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8 Tips for Working with CEOs and Chairpersons.

The highest levels of leadership positions have been and still are overwhelmingly held by the firstborns in families.

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Role Clarity or Power Play?

Power is a big underlying issue in business relationships – whether leaders admit it or not.

Relationships that lack role clarity are often forced to rely on persistent power games that negatively influence job satisfaction, performance, commitment, and retention.

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Conscious and Unconscious Drivers of Conflict.

We live in a fast and changing world, and the workplace is no different. The stress in the office environment is often compounded by the conflicts and power plays created by leaders within a company.

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Breaking the Business Addiction.

Parents and teachers rarely commend kids for doing nothing, so most of us were trained from an early age to stay busy.

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Isabelle Podcast Northwestern Alumni

Isabelle Nüssli interviewed 100 chairpersons and CEOs to uncover the source of tension that is often built at the top of the corporate pyramid. In this episode more about: three conscious and five critical unconscious drivers of turmoil.

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Podcast on the CEO-Chairperson Relationship and Overcoming the Drivers of Conflict.

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Podcast on Cockfighting.

All too often, the relationships between chairpersons and CEOs are filled with tension that affects the entire organization.

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Build Holistic Success – through Emotional Resilience.

We are affected by life events and emotions all the time… Learn more in Rajesh’s video.

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The Correlation of Emotions and Decisions.

Emotions are part of every interaction that we have in a day. Learn more about emotions and the process of decision making in this video with Rajesh.

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Cockfighting: Solving the Mystery of Unconscious Sabotage at the top of the Corporate Pyramid


All too often, the relationships between Chairpersons and CEOs are filled with tension, affecting organizations as a whole. To create a more productive atmosphere, senior leaders need to identify the source of their issues and build a new bond based on trust and respect.


Author: Isabelle Nüssli

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In the Media

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The Intensifiers of Conflict


The roles of CEO and chairperson are often filled with strong personalities who are motivated to compete for distinction. When conflict happens at the highest level of leadership in the corporate environment, everyone loses.

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