Author: Courtney Barnes

Flying at the Right Altitude

Amid daily demands, it can be hard to step back and take perspective. Yet, adaptive leadership requires leaders get perspective so as to really see the full picture from different angles and altitudes. Learning to Fly at the Right Altitude can ensure you are focused on the right issues, at the right time, and from […]

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Positive Psychology

Positive psychology is a powerful way to pull the levers that drive change. Let us transform how you live and work. Leverage Positive Psychology to be your best, know your strengths, and be fulfilled.

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AIM Rewired Redux

We live in an always-on, always-connected, and overwired world. With the move to remote work, this is truer now than ever before. What does this mean for our productivity, connectivity, and wellness? Here is our Rewired Redux that has seven proven tools to start rewiring.

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Self-Care and COVID-19 Self-Care Are Different

Last week, I was rubbed raw and pushed over the edge. I screamed, indulged on sugar, and wanted to pull my hair out. Somewhat consciously, I flushed my identity down the toilet. So much for being resourceful, resilient, skilled, and less stressed. I also know that I’m not alone.  This unprecedented experience is bringing a […]

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Decision Theory

Decisions are essential to leadership. Typically, we focus on the work at hand without intentionally thinking through decision strategy. The rapid evolution of Covid-19 has strained decision systems. In light of the complexity, stress, and uncertainty we now face, this document consolidates several frameworks for decision making.

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Remote Work Resources

Many teams are currently beginning to work remotely. Here’s the good news–we’ve been preparing to do this for the past decade. In the face of the current COVID-19 crisis and the move to remote work, AIM Leadership is resharing several key resources to help you and your team adjust to working remotely. Leading Virtual Effectiveness: […]

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Five Reasons Why Organizations Should Invest in a Business Psychologist

Most companies don’t hesitate to invest in new technologies. There’s an assumption that if you want to keep up with the pack, you need to invest in the latest hardware, the best software, and the top talent to run these machines. But even in an age of automation, no business can thrive on technologies alone.  […]

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Four Ways Leaders Can Put Mental Health on the Workplace Agenda in the 2020s

2020 promises to be a bumpy year. The market is increasingly precarious, a U.S. election is on the horizon, and the impact of AI continues to restructure how we work and in what types of roles. Sometimes, uncertainty is a gateway to innovation and productive change. But high levels of uncertainty–economic, political, and professional–can also […]

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