Resources

Welcome to our Resource page!  It is here that you can find supplemental materials and supportive resources to help you with your leadership development process. 

Are you on a Leadership Trek®?  If so, this is where you can find additional tools that relate to the content that you are reading each week!  Did you attend Leadership Survival Skills training?  If so, below are resources, sorted by leadership skill, that you can use to build on your training program! 

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Rachel Woods’s blog post was featured
What does it feel like to be paralyzed?  Every once in a while, I ask myself this question.  And when I really try to put myself in that situation, I feel my chest tighten in a panic.  I have to stop this exercise in empathy, because it’s just too h…
What does it feel like to be paralyzed?  Every once in a while, I ask myself this question.  And when I really try to put myself in that situation, I feel my chest tighten in a panic.  I have to stop this exercise in empathy, because it’s just too h…

It was an honor to teach about managing political conflict and negotiation at the "New Leadership Texas" program at the University of Texas this weekend.…

We are very proud of Dr. Mitchell Neubert, who implemented Leadership Trek in Nigeria this week. Way to go, Mitch!

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Reposting with link: Check out crash course in conflict management this summer at Baylor Business School!…

Do you need to enhance your conflict management skills? You can this summer through Baylor Continuing Ed! Rachel Woods will teach a quick course on three Saturdays this summer.…

James Sule Bahago and Abbas Bungon joined LTrekSummit

I was proud to be inducted into the Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity this weekend. Members of the Baylor Business School chapter voted me in as their Honorary Member of the year. I look forward to serving this organization, and these bright…

Got conflict? I'm pleased to announce that I'll be teaching an Intro to Conflict Management course this summer for the Baylor Continuing Ed program. - Rachel Woods…

Interesting article in the Wall Street Journal today. What do you think? Why Bosses Should Stop Thinking of A, B and C Players - The Wall Street Journal https://apple.news/AOH3AupsUQHuvLjkaN7l7Hw

Are you overcommitted? Say no more often so that you can say yes to what matters most! https://hbr.org/2017/01/hbrs-best-on-saying-no-to-more-work?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=hbr

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10 Reasons Your Best Employees Are Looking Elsewhere

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Editor’s Note: It’s an annual tradition for TLNT to count down the most popular posts of the…

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