Announcing: Halftime Institute Makes Strategic Shift in Leadership New Co-Executive Directors with extensive experience to take the lead as tenured CEO transitions into Chairman role. As a valued member of the Halftime community, we want you to be the first to hear of a recent strategic shift to our leadership: We are excited to announce that new Co-Executive Directors with extensive experience will take the lead as our tenured CEO, Dean Niewolny, transitions into a position as Chairman of the Board. First,
Many Halftime Alumni have had rich and rewarding experiences mentoring younger leaders in their business careers. When we ask them what they enjoyed most about their day-to-day work, they often say it was seeing those behind them find success and grow as individuals and leaders. So, it's natural that mentoring is a portion of what many Halftimers want to do in their next season. But without the corporate structure, it's hard to know exactly where to start: - Where would you find these emerging leaders, what material would
Cohort (noun): A community of like-minded peers who are tackling real challenges, encouraging each other with sound wisdom, and seeking to live with purpose no matter the circumstances. At Halftime, we have found that there is power in connecting with others who are on a similar journey. The Cohort is an integral component of the Fellows Program. Each Fellow belongs to a Cohort, which connects them with a tight-knit
Last month we talked about facilitating family conversations when the news brings disruption and divergent views. We heard from leading news expert and Halftime Alum, Tomas Brunegård, that the news can either divide our family or become an anvil on which our faith and values are forged. This month, we extended the conversation: How can we leverage our leadership when our loved ones are taking different paths? Bruce Johnston is the founder of JH Ranch in Northern California, which has provided parent/child reconciliation camps and resources for more than 30,000 families over 40+ years. Many Halftime Alumni
How can YOU leverage your leadership for greater impact? At Halftime we're here to provide a space for you to connect with others, answer this question, and develop an intentional strategy for living it out in the next season. To do so, we've partnered with Latino Leaders Magazine to bring you a conversation you won't want to miss. Watch the replay to hear stories of life transformation and glean valuable wisdom from these featured Halftime Alumni: Hugo Cuesta: Chief Executive Officer, Cuesta Campos Attorneys at Law Carlos
In the previous article, we defined the term ‘trigger for transformation’: the unanticipated challenges that serve as inciting incidents, setting our stories in motion. These times of transition often catalyze us to embark on a journey toward greater impact. However, this journey can feel aimless or overwhelming if we don’t have a clear vision of where we are headed. Instead, we each need a target for transformation which we direct our energy and efforts toward. Habit 2 from Stephen R.
The daily news cycle can be a source of great disruption in our lives. It can mix conflict and isolation into our most valued relationships... But what if the news became an anvil on which our faith and values were forged? As Halftimers, positive growth and thriving relationships are top priorities in the next season. And yet, our roles and influence change as our relationships evolve. One challenge we hear more and more from Halftimers is: How can I help myself and the people in my life
We all recognize the “inciting incidents” from the stories we love -- the moment in any book or movie where the protagonist is thrust into action and the story’s plot is set into place. Often entirely outside of their control, the main characters face a sudden challenge that requires them to accept and respond to what author, Joseph Campbell, referred to as the ‘call to adventure’. From Dorothy being swept away by a tornado in The Wizard of Oz to