moments of clarity

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The Importance of Failing Forward

The Importance of Failing Forward

I didn’t fail one thousand times. The light bulb was an invention with one thousand steps. —Thomas Edison Since we were children, most of us have been taught to avoid failure. In fact, if we ever received an F or otherwise failed at something, there’s a chance we...

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The Science of Serendipity

The Science of Serendipity

Swiss psychologist Carl Jung coined the term synchronicity to describe meaningful coincidences—when events are not connected by causality, yet we take them to be meaningfully associated with one another. His essential point is that we humans see meaning in one...

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Clarity precedes success

Clarity precedes success

“Clarity precedes success.” The Robin Sharma quote rings true for organizations and clarity awaits.  The Foundations of Clarity workshop has a fundamental set of attributes that no matter the organization, no matter the challenges, they emerge with a clear vision for...

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The 10 Masqueraders of Clarity

The 10 Masqueraders of Clarity

Masqueraders of Clarity are the things in our businesses and our lives that we think are clear or give us direction, but in actuality, they take us off track by wasting our energy and time, money and resources. So, as leaders, what can we do to change that?...

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Clarity comes from the voices already in the room

Clarity comes from the voices already in the room

We sometimes catch ourselves, as individuals and as organizations, going from one fire drill to the next. It can be empowering and it can give us great momentum in the moment, but it can also drain us, silo us, and veer us away from accomplishing our longer-term...

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How Organizations Build & Scale Trust (Part 3)

How Organizations Build & Scale Trust (Part 3)

In our third installment of addressing psychological safety and building trust in the workplace, where we provide practical tips that everyone in the work force can rally around and apply to navigate the uncertainties of “getting back to work.” When practiced well,...

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How Managers Build Trust in Their Teams (Part 2)

How Managers Build Trust in Their Teams (Part 2)

Safety has been top of mind for the past two years since the start of the Covid-19 crisis. Leaders have had to tackle shifting expectations to keep their employees’ wellbeing a priority. But during times of ever changing uncertainty, we’ve come to deeply explore a new...

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How Leaders Build Trust in Uncertain Times (Part 1)

How Leaders Build Trust in Uncertain Times (Part 1)

As leaders collectively set their intentions towards a successful 2022, they do so in an environment of continued worry, concern and overall uncertainty. Critical to success in such times is clarity on their team’s psychological safety: which is the delicate balance...

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Seeking Purposeful Positivity in the New Year

Seeking Purposeful Positivity in the New Year

At the Bermuda Clarity Institute, we believe that finding the positive side of the box is what separates great companies and leaders from merely good ones. We believe that embedding positivity in the DNA of an organization creates the foundation for longevity and the...

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