This month in Opportunity Lens, we turn our focus to the concept of the harvest. This word may evoke many things for you: feasting, gathering, celebration, bounty–and, yes, the harvest is traditionally a time to reflect on and appreciate the fruits of our labor. But this has been no ordinary year and, no matter your organization, it brings no ordinary harvest. This October, our team reflects on how we can reap greater abundance this season, by reframing the work of our personal and professional lives–no matter what crisis our crops may have faced.
Mark Monchek continues providing advice to conscious leaders, with a new way to think about the purpose of the workplace. You can find the dynamic audio version of his post by visiting the web version.
Anna Staritsina explains how companies that prioritize flexibility and human-centeredness have the greatest chance of successfully managing times of disruption and uncertainty.
Maia Monchek shares the gift she has found in the ritual of a morning walk, and shares tips for how you can develop a nourishing daily routine.
And I, Janie Brookshire, urge leaders to take a lesson from the story of Vincent van Gogh’s The Harvest, pictured above.
Pour yourself something pumpkin spice-y, and pull up a chair.