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Quality Growth Needs Creativity

  “There are two ways of being creative. One can sing and dance. Or one can create an environment in which singers and dancers flourish.” – Warren G. Bennis There is no growth, even in nature, without planting new seeds. Successful leaders understand the commonsense truth nature offers daily. If

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Begin Now

  “The person who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” – Anonymous The ability to see the mountain and not ignore it is the first step of leadership. Leaders are clear on what is in front of them – they hear the truth, they are honest about

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“Taking Stock” for Focus and Clarity

  One of the great gifts of my work is the ability to work with extremely successful executives who run great teams and organizations while competing in a dynamic marketplace. I learn so much from them and witness their success daily. Based on these experiences, I would like to share

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Don’t Be Obsolete

“People in any organization are always attached to the obsolete – the things that should have worked but did not, the things that once were productive and no longer are.” — Peter F. Drucker A successful leadership practice is the ability to let go of the past and stay in

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Attract and Keep Your Team

In the busyness of business and the speed of change, knowing your role and goal becomes the difference between surviving and thriving. Keeping your focus on the right priorities to achieve results is a game-changer for you and your team. Here are a few of the key priorities that are

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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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Quality Growth Needs Creativity

  “There are two ways of being creative. One can sing and dance. Or one can create an environment in which singers and dancers flourish.” – Warren G. Bennis There is no growth, even in nature, without planting new seeds. Successful leaders understand the commonsense truth nature offers daily. If

Continue Reading »

Begin Now

  “The person who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” – Anonymous The ability to see the mountain and not ignore it is the first step of leadership. Leaders are clear on what is in front of them – they hear the truth, they are honest about

Continue Reading »

“Taking Stock” for Focus and Clarity

  One of the great gifts of my work is the ability to work with extremely successful executives who run great teams and organizations while competing in a dynamic marketplace. I learn so much from them and witness their success daily. Based on these experiences, I would like to share

Continue Reading »

Don’t Be Obsolete

“People in any organization are always attached to the obsolete – the things that should have worked but did not, the things that once were productive and no longer are.” — Peter F. Drucker A successful leadership practice is the ability to let go of the past and stay in

Continue Reading »

Attract and Keep Your Team

In the busyness of business and the speed of change, knowing your role and goal becomes the difference between surviving and thriving. Keeping your focus on the right priorities to achieve results is a game-changer for you and your team. Here are a few of the key priorities that are

Continue Reading »

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 »