"Be Well Lead Well® will help you develop soft and hard skills to lead yourself and your teams into a new paradigm of leadership and vitality. This will transform how you view your own potential—in your health and career."Richard Kim, M.D.Assistant Professor of Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine
“The time for putting wellbeing into practice is now. Wisdom Works helped me unpack the depth of science behind wellbeing to uncover new ways of leading a wellbeing culture for our company, inside and out.”Dondeena BradleyGlobal Vice President, Nutrition & Wellbeing, Barilla
“This is the first time in nearly two decades of working in this industry that I’ve witnessed a truly holistic, integrative approach to enlightened leadership and wellbeing. Be Well Lead Well Pulse® is not your standard executive health or leadership development program. Instead, it takes the best of science – physical, intellectual, and emotional – and offers true, transformational change from the inside out, led by some of the best available talent in the world.”Mia KyricosPresident and CEO, Kyricos & Associates, LLC
"Wisdom Works has the unique combination of both the science of wellbeing and how to integrate into who we are as leaders. This is not just about good health but creating a healthy and thriving organization to win in the market.”Bill TompkinsSenior Vice President, Macy’s Inc.
"Wellbeing is critical to the sustainability of our company, as well as the personal lives of our employees. To inspire a culture of wellbeing in our business unit, we turned to Be Well Lead Well® and the team at Wisdom Works for assistance. Their work clearly helped us bridge the gap between wellbeing, effective leadership, and meaningful success."Jia GayGroup Human Resources Director, Middle East & North Africa, The Coca-Cola Company
"A great program and tool to help leaders prioritize their wellbeing in service of themselves and the teams they lead. Honored to be part of this wonderful community who will make such a difference."Jackie Alcalde Marr, MHROD, PCC, CPCCFounder, Evolutions Consulting Group
WHAT WE DO
Wisdom Works grows the positive impact of aspiring and accomplished leaders alike.
Through our state-of-the-art programs, transformative leadership development, and strategic advisory services, we empower leaders to make thriving a game-changer for their teams and organizations, as well as themselves.
A global movement of change leaders passionate about creating environments where everyone can thrive.
Founded in 1999 on the belief that real leadership and wisdom spring from the vitality of leaders themselves, Wisdom Works partners with Fortune 100 companies and entrepreneurial innovators to build their leadership capacity and effectiveness.
We accelerate leadership impact with Be Well Lead Well®, our science-based platform of assessments, education, and culture change resources, backed by a growing network of practitioners around the globe.
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“Who are you uninterrupted?” That question stopped me in my tracks. It was raised by Zee Clark during a webinar panel Wisdom Works recently hosted to explore what it means to thrive as a Black leader in today’s workplaces. Formerly a leader in Fortune 500 companies, Zee is a breathwork and resilience expert, plus author of the groundbreaking book Black People Breathe. Her question calls us to consider the deep sense of thriving that’s possible within ourselves when we aren’t interrupted by the biases and pressures of workplaces that don’t understand and embrace who we are. During the webinar, our esteemed panel shared many visible and invisible roadblocks that erode the thriving and effectiveness of Black leaders. Four of those barriers are: 1. The Narrow Lens Pigeonholing Black Leaders Corporate refrains to “bring your authentic self to work” are a farce if they don’t allow people to show up authentically. This means honoring: Every person brings a diversity of joys, struggles, backgrounds, traumas, and talents to work. Yet, Aaronde Creighton, Chief Diversity Officer at the Leadership Circle, stated Black people are too often seen through a narrow lens. “Black people are not a monolith. Because of an experience a…
Professional Women Need More Than Mantras Dr. Chris Johnson, , recently hosted Wisdom Works CEO Renee Moorefield, along with Cindy Tsai, MD, and Belinda Ruiz, for a roundtable discussion on “The Wellness Fallacy.” They explored what wellness truly means for professional women and how to move towards it. During the conversation, they discussed: The Wellness Fallacy and its impact, Why self-compassion is so vital to wellness, How to begin to uncover your values & fun ways to do it, The relationship between boundaries, decisions, and energy, Next steps for finding authentic wellness. “We all have the capacity to thrive, and wellness is an active pursuit of activities, choices, and lifestyles that lead to holistic health and well-being.” – Renee Moorefield, CEO of Wisdom Works KEY TAKEAWAYS Understanding the Wellness Fallacy and its impact “Each one of us already has the innate capacity to thrive. Practiced in this context, behaviors support me in developing a healthier relationship with myself and in tapping into ways that I can already thrive. This is very different than, ‘I’m going to do this treatment because I don’t know myself and I lack something.’ Those are very different orientations. That’s part of the wellness fallacy that…
What It Means to Thrive as a Black Leader At Wisdom Works, we believe thriving is a business imperative and a new standard for leadership. We are committed to bringing the science and human insights about thriving to life for the evolution of leaders and organizations worldwide. In the first of this series on What it Means to Thrive as a Leader of Color, we feature the voices and wisdom of leaders who identify as Black, African, and of African Descent to learn what it means for them to thrive personally and professionally. Wisdom Works CEO Renee Moorefield moderated a discussion with Dr. Carol Labor, Founder of HER Wellness, Aaronde Creighton, Chief Diversity Officer for The Leadership Circle, and Zee Clark, Author of Black People Breathe and a Fortune 500 Executive Coach, on how they thrive as leaders and whole people, plus foster thriving cultures at work and within their communities. These esteemed leaders shed light on how, as part of an often-marginalized community, they uniquely lead wellbeing in their roles as managers and coaches, beginning with themselves. What our panelists covered during the webinar: What it means to thrive, personally and professionally, as a Black, African, and of African Decent leader. The challenges and stressors Black, African, and of African decent…