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5 Tips to Tame Distraction

A leader’s greatest asset is the ability to focus on key initiatives to ensure teams, services, products, and ideas are flowing and growing. While the skill of focus is critical, so too is the ability to eliminate distractions from your day. In my work, I am fortunate to witness the

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10 Best Practices for a Stellar Business Year in 2024

10 Best Practices for a Stellar Business Year in 2024

Raise your hard hats and your headwinds, team! This year, you weren’t just leaders, you were Swiss Army knives, adapting to every challenge with grit and ingenuity. You navigated economic storms like seasoned sailors, built partnerships like steel beams on a skyscraper, and danced the resilience jig through every curveball

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Does Employee Recognition Matter?

Does Employee Recognition Matter?

Does it matter for leaders to take time to celebrate the holidays and the year? Maybe, if you have been doing this leadership thing for a while you might wonder, is it worth it? Not everyone appreciates gift cards, bonuses, and events and sometimes there is a bit of entitlement

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Boost Your Wellness, Boost Your Leadership

Boost Your Wellness, Boost Your Leadership

Taking care of yourself – be it during a hectic or difficult holiday season, or any other time of year – is vital to leading others, building a vision, and navigating change. When I experience significant change, I tend to drop the fundamentals of self-care and personal wellness, and I have

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Why Leadership Needs Lightness

Why Leadership Needs Lightness

“Over-seriousness is a warning sign for mediocrity and bureaucratic thinking. People who are seriously committed to mastery and high performance are secure enough to lighten up.”― Michael J. Gelb If you find yourself caught in intense swirls of thinking, consumed by deadlines, meetings, and constant demands that are preventing you

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Giving Feedback to Help Others Achieve

Giving Feedback to Help Others Achieve

I have been fortunate to have great success in my career and personal life. When I reflect upon the moments that allowed me to achieve my goals and realize my dream, there is one common theme – feedback. In management and leadership training, there is often quite a bit of

Continue Reading »
Navigational Leadership: Guiding Through Dynamic Change

Navigational Leadership: Guiding Through Dynamic Change

We are in an unprecedented time of leadership where information and knowledge are changing daily, which requires leaders and society to work through dynamic change every day. “If there is one thing that’s certain in business, it is uncertainty.”Steven Covey I am fortunate enough to work with very successful leaders

Continue Reading »
Unity: The Bedrock of High-Stakes Leadership

Unity: The Bedrock of High-Stakes Leadership

In the realm of leadership, navigating volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) environments is the order of the day. At the core of any great organization’s success in such settings is a simple, yet profound element: Unity. This is not just teamwork, but a soulful connection of individuals striving for

Continue Reading »

5 Tips to Tame Distraction

A leader’s greatest asset is the ability to focus on key initiatives to ensure teams, services, products, and ideas are flowing and growing. While the skill of focus is critical, so too is the ability to eliminate distractions from your day. In my work, I am fortunate to witness the

Continue Reading »
10 Best Practices for a Stellar Business Year in 2024

10 Best Practices for a Stellar Business Year in 2024

Raise your hard hats and your headwinds, team! This year, you weren’t just leaders, you were Swiss Army knives, adapting to every challenge with grit and ingenuity. You navigated economic storms like seasoned sailors, built partnerships like steel beams on a skyscraper, and danced the resilience jig through every curveball

Continue Reading »
Does Employee Recognition Matter?

Does Employee Recognition Matter?

Does it matter for leaders to take time to celebrate the holidays and the year? Maybe, if you have been doing this leadership thing for a while you might wonder, is it worth it? Not everyone appreciates gift cards, bonuses, and events and sometimes there is a bit of entitlement

Continue Reading »
Boost Your Wellness, Boost Your Leadership

Boost Your Wellness, Boost Your Leadership

Taking care of yourself – be it during a hectic or difficult holiday season, or any other time of year – is vital to leading others, building a vision, and navigating change. When I experience significant change, I tend to drop the fundamentals of self-care and personal wellness, and I have

Continue Reading »
Why Leadership Needs Lightness

Why Leadership Needs Lightness

“Over-seriousness is a warning sign for mediocrity and bureaucratic thinking. People who are seriously committed to mastery and high performance are secure enough to lighten up.”― Michael J. Gelb If you find yourself caught in intense swirls of thinking, consumed by deadlines, meetings, and constant demands that are preventing you

Continue Reading »
Giving Feedback to Help Others Achieve

Giving Feedback to Help Others Achieve

I have been fortunate to have great success in my career and personal life. When I reflect upon the moments that allowed me to achieve my goals and realize my dream, there is one common theme – feedback. In management and leadership training, there is often quite a bit of

Continue Reading »
Navigational Leadership: Guiding Through Dynamic Change

Navigational Leadership: Guiding Through Dynamic Change

We are in an unprecedented time of leadership where information and knowledge are changing daily, which requires leaders and society to work through dynamic change every day. “If there is one thing that’s certain in business, it is uncertainty.”Steven Covey I am fortunate enough to work with very successful leaders

Continue Reading »
Unity: The Bedrock of High-Stakes Leadership

Unity: The Bedrock of High-Stakes Leadership

In the realm of leadership, navigating volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) environments is the order of the day. At the core of any great organization’s success in such settings is a simple, yet profound element: Unity. This is not just teamwork, but a soulful connection of individuals striving for

Continue Reading »