Is it time to consider a work-from-home benefit in your organization? Ask these questions to discover if your team is ready.
Your organization may already feel like a Maserati, but are you focusing on the gleam of the paint job, or are you looking under the hood to make it across the finish line ahead of the competition?
Constant change is part of the deal for any business leader.
Empathy. It starts with truly listening and then grows from there.
Most of us feel pretty confident we know the difference between fact and belief, and that belief in itself can leave us blind to some of our own biases.
Compliance isn't a sexy term, but it needn't derail your business either.
Understanding your personality & tapping into your passion could be the key to keeping your goals!
Are you riding the lightning of inspiration or are you merely struck by it?
Starting a company that initiates great change requires a great change in you!
Are you stuck in a story that you can't get out of?
How does competition show up in your life?
When faced with the decision to speak or not, which do you choose?
How can you keep your team on target and feeling like a team instead of a scattering of disconnected employees?
A leader who wants to improve feedback must begin with him- or herself.
When you witness injustice, how do you feel?
In these times of radical change in our world, leaders must develop not only their own consciousness and approach to business, but also those of their entire organization.
It's Time to View the History Through a New Lens
Are you willing to work to achieve Excellence?
Implementing a new leadership style is more than just following a trend.
What plans are you making & what happens when they are rocked?
Will you embrace your mistakes?
Are you willing to feel what there is to feel?
I'm pondering rest.
The wonderful thing about the human condition is that it’s deeply personal and individual.
When it comes to finding balance in our lives, we can learn from how dancers learn and perform.
As we grow up and grow used to using our heads, we all too often forget to come back to our hearts.
When it comes to the question of “how to be,” most of us could benefit from learning to let go.
When you follow your intuition and trust where it leads, you’ll discover parts of your life aligning and intersecting in ways that are surprising, productive, and exciting.
When you meet life with openness, curiosity, humor, and sensitivity, you’ll be rewarded by connections and opportunities you never expected.
Let’s talk about your next move. Get in touch to discuss the next steps in helping you realize your full potential through customized coaching.