- The Declare Catalogue – featuring experts like Angela Lee (37 Angels, Columbia University), Carla Harris (Morgan Stanley), and Kim Scott (Radical Candor).
- Leadership Collections – helping you navigate common leadership challenges, adapted to your personal leadership style.
- Expert Recommended Resources – worksheets, exercises, and recommendations to continue guiding you.
This curated collection provides members with selected videos that help tackle the different scenarios leaders often have to face.
Leading Into Courage
The Lead Into Courage collection gives you tools for when you need to make a bold decision, leaving your doubts and fears behind. Our experts share how you can push yourself to climb even the steepest hurdles and embrace change.
This collection is perfect for
Asking for a raise or promotion
Making a career
Taking on new or unfamiliar projects
Preparing for a tough conversation
Leading With Resilience
The Lead with Resilience Collection will help hone your ability to bounce back from unexpected setbacks.
This collection is perfect for
Moving on from
Uncovering your core strengths
Leading Through Crisis
The Lead Through Crisis Collection offers lessons on how to lead when control is out of your hands.
This collection is perfect for
Underperformance from a company
Dealing with unpredictable external factors
Addressing discord amongst a team
Leadership Lenses provide members with collections of Talk snippets called Insights that will help them tackle the different scenarios leaders often have to face. Cycle through lenses as needed!
The Lead Through Crisis Collection offers lessons on how to lead when control is out of your hands. This collection is perfect for:
- Underperformance from a company
- Dealing with unpredictable external factors
- Shifting internal culture
- Addressing discord amongst a team
The Lead Into Courage Collection gives you the tools to use when you need to make a bold decision, leaving your doubts and fears behind. Our experts share how you can push yourself to climb even the steepest hurdles and embrace change. This collection is perfect for:
- Asking for a raise or promotion
- Making a career change
- Taking on new or unfamiliar projects
- Preparing for a tough conversation
In the professional world we are often faced with the challenge of making the right choices for our careers without compromising on authenticity. When your contributions are overlooked or you’re uncomfortable with your position, advocating for yourself can be difficult when you’re not certain it will be well received. In a conversation with Maddie Lazer, we’ll be unpacking the trials and benefits of navigating your career with authenticity, and what it means to be uncompromising in your values when making important career choices.
Maddie is a Production Manager and Producer in animation, and she’s experienced first-hand the challenges that someone with an unusual resumé can face in the professional world. Declare’s own Rachel Segal-Sklar will be speaking with her about what it means to advocate for yourself and for the betterment of your workplace, as well as the importance of knowing what you deserve from your employer. Together, they’ll explore strategies for advancing your career with integrity, honesty, and mindfulness.
What makes a good leader? It’s a question asked time and time again. Today, authenticity, vulnerability, and high EQ are a few traits that have been embraced as a part of modern leadership. In the past few months alone, the ability to handle a crisis and lead with anti-racist principles are also essential to the modern leader. But what makes a modern leader into a leader of the future?
Marsha Prospere (Founder and Executive Coach, Adept Flow) and Phyllis Ehrlich (GVP, Spectrum Reach Preferred) are two women who may be able to answer this question, as leaders themselves and coaches to current and rising executives. Their backgrounds offer a unique perspective, drawing from their own experiences in large organizations and the insights gained from coaching others.
Join us for a fireside chat around how our conception of leadership is changing today and how it needs to adapt for the future.
When it comes to finding a career that best fits who you are, self-awareness and self-compassion are invaluable tools. In light of the now postponed talk from Chanel Cathey, we will be revisiting past conversations with Janet Balis and Sarah Wood to think about the connections between wellness and personal branding.
Whether it’s a short break in the middle of the day or a few moments of refocusing after work, meditation is a fantastic way to ground yourself and let go of any negativity that you’re holding onto.
Join Declare’s resident Joy Soldier, Sarah Wood, for your June meditation boost that will either help you get through the rest of your day or get recenter for the evening ahead.
With Dr. Sarah Spinner (Clinical Psychologist, Executive Coach, and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist) and Emmy Sobieski (Investor, Entrepreneur, and Athlete)
We’ve all had days where we’ve performed at our peak: we were super productive at work, managed our household responsibilities with ease, and still had time for self-care. Those days are usually rare, but they no longer have to be.
What pushes us to our peak performance is different for everyone, but in this talk, we’ll hear from experts who can help you identify your personal motivators on a physical and mental level.
Executives need to manage stress and emotions. They need to stay centered. They need to inspire, create and motivate. They need to do this all at once, often in a stressful or chaotic environment.
Most practices and techniques approach autonomic control or stress reduction from the mind (i.e. meditation), yet techniques that work with the body are often easier, faster and more effective.
Learn from Katherine Lewis (President, Lewis Rush Associates) 1-2 minute techniques that can be done anywhere. These easily accessible techniques will mitigate stress while on the phone or during a Zoom conference, and will help you remain a centered leader.
A business’s lifeblood is its clients and a positive customer experience is vital to success. During a crisis, however priorities change. When you’re struggling to keep your business alive, how do you continue to put customers first?
Liliana Petrova (CEO/Founder, The Petrova Experience) is an expert in building customer experience culture with over a decade of experience across multiple industries and company sizes. After helping to transform JetBlue’s customer experience, she now helps both individuals and business owners create and adopt their own CX best practices and helps them navigate through challenges and crises.
Liliana will share how she helps her clients not only stay afloat through crises while continuing to provide world-class customer experience, but how they can continue to grow during and after. Learn how you can take these principles and apply them to your own client relationships, while remaining sensitive to crisis-related shifts in priorities.