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Are You Ready To Be A Positive Deviant?

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

We currently live in a society that has many challenges and it seems that many people talk the good talk about the need to change things, but only a few are actually doing something concrete about it. 

This is true for society as a whole where we are facing a climate crisis and not only are most governments not ready to make the tough calls to prevent a climate disaster, most people do very little in their personal lives to help the environment.

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Conscious Leadership Is About Honouring Life

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

Recently, I met a very inspiring woman who what was introduced to me as a potential speaker for one of my conscious leadership summits. I scheduled a video call with her and within a few minutes, I realized that she was a special woman. When I organize conscious leadership summits,

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Letting go of our expectations in relationships

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

I had organized a beautiful conference with world-class speakers and I was really looking forward to meeting the participants and having them listen to these inspiring talks.

A few weeks before the event, I noticed that I was getting frustrated that some of my close friends had not purchased a ticket and had not responded to my request to share the event in their network to help sell tickets.

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Are you stuck in your old stories?

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

Have you tried to give some constructive feedback to someone you work with or someone you love and they can't seem to hear you? Every time you try to give them this feedback that you consider important for their growth or your relationship, it always results in unnecessary drama?

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Why are you keeping yourself small?

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

In my work as a catalyst for the transformation of leaders, I often meet people who are keeping themselves small by allowing their fears and limiting beliefs to stop them from rising to their full potential and fulfilling their dreams.

As we live a human life full of challenges, all of us have been hurt along the journey of our life and we all have acquired fears and limiting beliefs. 

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Awakening from the illusion of separation

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

The separation many people feel in our society is a construct of our ego and is not real.

When a baby is in its mother's womb, it feels one with its mother. It does not feel any separation. It feels comfortable and loved and does not have anything to do to have its needs met

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Is it time for tech companies to be more conscious?

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

We live in an era where technology is omnipresent in our lives.  Most of us have access to a computer and a smartphone that allows us to be connected like never before.

It is said that the computer that was used to being the first man on the moon was less powerful than the processor in our smart phones today.

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What Will You Tell Your Grandchildren?

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

What will you tell our grandchildren when they ask you: ''what did you do?

What did you do when you knew our environment was being destroyed by our modern society and the lack of courage of companies and governments to take action to prevent climate change because of the myopic focus on profits? 

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The Power Of Inclusion In Leadership

By Stephane Leblanc, CEO, International Centre for Conscious Leadership

In the last several years, most companies have tried to increase diversity in their workforce and leadership teams with a focus on diverse, multidisciplinary teams that combine the collective talents and skills of women and men, people of different cultural heritage, and younger and older workers.

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