The Two Wakes of Leadership: Results and Relationships

In this month’s blog, Greg shares how using a coaching mentality as a leader can transform your impact.

Life is a Group Project

When you hear the term “group-project” does it spur some memories from middle school? Kat writes about how life feels like one big group project and gives tips to make it feel less icky.

Building Change Muscles

Struggling with change? Join the club! In our latest blog, Chrissy shares her rollercoaster ride from panic to humor when faced with a broken webcam. Explore why our brains resist change—even when it’s for the better.

AGC’s Favorite Ice Breakers

AGC’s Favorite Ice Breakers

If you’ve ever joined one of our programs, then you know exactly how we start each session- ICEBREAKERS! It’s our favorite way to get to know our participants and spark easy connection. So for this month’s Fun Blog, we thought we’d let you get to know us better by answering some icebreaker questions ourselves.

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What’s Right With People

What’s Right With People

Employee Engagement – the level of enthusiasm and dedication a worker feels toward their job – is on the agenda of business leaders now more than ever. We know that engaged employees are more productive, healthier, and contribute to healthier workplace cultures. And yet there is much to discover for how to truly impact the engagement of our people.

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Two Truths and a Lie

Two Truths and a Lie

Authenticity, Transformation, Humor, Human.Kind, Connection, Creative-Experimentation, and Wisdom. These are our company values. They are at the forefront of our minds when working with our clients and when we work as a team. They are the foundation that we build our programs on, and what we hope has come through in our conversations with you all.

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Representation Matters

Representation Matters

Messages we shout from the rooftops at AG Collaborative are that anyone can be a leader and that everyone has influence. And while we believe what we shout, we hold with it the tension that women are not afforded a seat at the table as often as their male counterparts. According to the Institute for Women’s leadership, while over 55% of the workforce is women, women hold only 24% of senior leadership positions.

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