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Nourish Your Inner Compass

  What does wellness look like for you? In my recent keynote address for the Women’s Leadership Summit, I touched on the familiar words that have bubbled up to the forefront during these incredibly transitional times. From stress and anxiety to a sense of isolation and feeling overwhelmed to just

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Work-In-Progress Leadership

  There is a notion out there that leaders must be perfect, always do the right thing, and that there is only one way to move to a result. If you have ever considered a true notion, I am here to show you that it is a fallacy. The notion

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Begin Your School Year of Leadership

“This is a new year.  A new beginning. And things will change.” – Taylor Swift You have completed school, are fully in your career, and have growth goals and aspirations. All the leaders I work with succeed because they make their ongoing development a priority for themselves and their team.

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More Change – You Got This

We are certainly leading in an unprecedented time. Just when we think we can go back to normal, more dynamics move into our world. If your company and teams are influenced by the Delta Variant, supply chain, workforce challenges, world markets, technology shifts, weather patterns, etc., you are a leader

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Reflect to Reconnect

  I have an annual ritual of going on sabbatical for a week on my own – to step out of the day-to-day with no phone, no technology, and where no one knows me, to just be. Last month, after waiting a year and a half for this practice, I

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Their Success is Your Success

  “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams The greatness of any organization is built on the motivation and inspiration of its people to achieve the vision and goals. If there are no people,

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The E’s of Leadership

Today’s leader has new challenges to navigate, which have not yet been studied, analyzed, or written about by our favorite authors. We live in a time of rapid change, stimulated by the adaption and integration of new technologies, new patterns of society, workforce needs, and shifting marketplaces. Each day, leaders are

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The Practice of Champions

    “Champions don’t do extraordinary things. They do ordinary things, but they do them without thinking, too fast for the other team to react. They follow the habits they’ve learned.” – Charles Duhigg I have noticed that the people I work with who achieve positive results tend to have

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Nourish Your Inner Compass

  What does wellness look like for you? In my recent keynote address for the Women’s Leadership Summit, I touched on the familiar words that have bubbled up to the forefront during these incredibly transitional times. From stress and anxiety to a sense of isolation and feeling overwhelmed to just

Continue Reading »

Work-In-Progress Leadership

  There is a notion out there that leaders must be perfect, always do the right thing, and that there is only one way to move to a result. If you have ever considered a true notion, I am here to show you that it is a fallacy. The notion

Continue Reading »

Begin Your School Year of Leadership

“This is a new year.  A new beginning. And things will change.” – Taylor Swift You have completed school, are fully in your career, and have growth goals and aspirations. All the leaders I work with succeed because they make their ongoing development a priority for themselves and their team.

Continue Reading »

More Change – You Got This

We are certainly leading in an unprecedented time. Just when we think we can go back to normal, more dynamics move into our world. If your company and teams are influenced by the Delta Variant, supply chain, workforce challenges, world markets, technology shifts, weather patterns, etc., you are a leader

Continue Reading »

Reflect to Reconnect

  I have an annual ritual of going on sabbatical for a week on my own – to step out of the day-to-day with no phone, no technology, and where no one knows me, to just be. Last month, after waiting a year and a half for this practice, I

Continue Reading »

Their Success is Your Success

  “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams The greatness of any organization is built on the motivation and inspiration of its people to achieve the vision and goals. If there are no people,

Continue Reading »

The E’s of Leadership

Today’s leader has new challenges to navigate, which have not yet been studied, analyzed, or written about by our favorite authors. We live in a time of rapid change, stimulated by the adaption and integration of new technologies, new patterns of society, workforce needs, and shifting marketplaces. Each day, leaders are

Continue Reading »

The Practice of Champions

    “Champions don’t do extraordinary things. They do ordinary things, but they do them without thinking, too fast for the other team to react. They follow the habits they’ve learned.” – Charles Duhigg I have noticed that the people I work with who achieve positive results tend to have

Continue Reading »