'Insights from the Field' Blog


The ‘Insights from the Field’ blogs are an opportunity for those applying ABL’s brain-based leadership principles and methodology to share their valuable learnings, insights and findings with ABL’s audiences.  We greatly appreciate the important work you are doing and want to encourage and promote our Alumni as thought leader practitioners.

We may also highlight some blogs as potential co-authorship opportunities, where we share additional research insights from Dr Dan Radecki or ABL faculty.  The point here would be to further substantiate, validate and endorse the writing piece to boost credibility and authority in the field.

Complete and submit your blog post to be considered for inclusion in the ‘Insights from the field’ blogs on the ABL website.   Please note: your blog submission confirms your agreement to ABL’s right to share the blog on ABL’s website, in emails, social media or other potential media channels.

  • To ensure efficient process please complete all relevant sections on the submission form below
  • Upon submission you will receive an automated email confirmation with your submission summary for your records.
  • We will review your submission, provide feedback and let you know when it is scheduled to be posted


Guide for blog writing:
  • Aim for a word count of between 2,250–2,500 words to maximize reader engagement.
  • Shorter blog posts are also ok, if you believe the thought or insight is valuable to share
  • The purpose of these blogs is not to ‘sell’ but to contribute to the learning and insights about the application of the brain-based research and process
  • Learn more about writing an engaging blog  
  • Learn more about how to write an engaging blog title


Some of the questions considered when evaluating proposals are:
  • Is this idea new? If not, does it offer a new and useful perspective on an existing idea?
  • Is it related to application of brain-based principles and aligned with ABL’s approach to:
    • Leadership effectiveness
    • Psychological safety (People, Teams, Organizations)
    • Wellness & resilience
    • Diversity, Inclusion, Equity & Belonging
    • Performance, engagement, collaboration
  • Is any research / data presented sound?
  • What is it based on? What are its antecedents?
  • Did I find it interesting? Would ABL audiences find it interesting?
  • Does it address an issue that matters to leaders?
  • Could it be put into practice?
  • To use the insights in the article, would the reader need to consult the author?
  • Are there good illustrations and examples? Are they unique or have the same company examples been used to illustrate a multitude of other models, theses, or points of view?
  • Are there any holes in the thinking?


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