Leaders: See Possibility through a New Lens
23 Jun

Leaders: See Possibility through a New Lens

I’m getting lots of calls and questions from leaders and organizations, regarding how to confront the new challenges of 2020. Uncertainty can make you unsure of yourself and the future. You’ll lose leadership confidence and start making decisions from a place of fear. Instead of inspiring others toward success, you may inadvertently sow the seeds […]

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Do you utilize these strategies for leadership feedback impact?
08 Mar

Do you utilize these strategies for leadership feedback impact?

As a leader, you are often called on to have a difficult conversation with a member of your team. Sometimes you have to provide a performance review, or you have to point out ways that they are not doing their part. You may need to ask them to change a behavior, or show a greater […]

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To Boost Productivity & Profit, Lead Organizational Culture
05 Feb

To Boost Productivity & Profit, Lead Organizational Culture

Whether we want to admit it or not, company culture does matter. It seeps into the hearts and minds of everyone on your team, to become an essential component of your organizational DNA. I learned about company culture, and its unwritten rules, while still in college. I was working an internship for Ashland Chemical, as […]

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Mental Fuel to Supercharge Leadership Growth
28 Aug

Mental Fuel to Supercharge Leadership Growth

I’ve personally had to go through several levels of transformational change, at multiple times during my leadership career. Once I was assigned a lateral promotion, which would be disappointing to most ambitious executives. But I decided to see it instead as a rare opportunity to broaden the breadth and scope of my leadership experience, vision, […]

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Top Leadership Secrets to Design Dynamic Cooperative Teams
14 Aug

Top Leadership Secrets to Design Dynamic Cooperative Teams

Have you ever been part of a team that just didn’t quite gel? Everyone is in the same boat, but can’t manage to row together in synch, to move the project upstream. Oftentimes that happens after receiving a promotion, moving to a new department, or accepting a position at a different company. Maybe there’s plenty […]

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Simply Volunteer to Supercharge Your Leadership
31 Jul

Simply Volunteer to Supercharge Your Leadership

Recently, my husband Marc and I volunteered to work at Trinity Church Soup Kitchen in downtown Atlanta.  They’ve served meals to the disadvantaged since the 1950s. The day-long experience reaffirmed the truth that when you give of yourself to those in need, you get something much greater in return. We helped prepare food, transport it […]

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Leverage Business Leadership Strategy for Revenue Boost
10 Apr

Leverage Business Leadership Strategy for Revenue Boost

If you’re in a senior role in your organization, the company will expect you to set your own big vision strategy for your division. Your responsibility is to ensure that everyone on your team is working toward ultimate success in all your business undertakings. Ensuring buy-in from everyone involved to make sure they are 100 […]

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Key Leadership Strategies to Navigate Your Team Through Any Organizational Change
20 Feb

Key Leadership Strategies to Navigate Your Team Through Any Organizational Change

Leading a team through a company merger or acquisition is like being the ship captain when a hurricane hits on the open seas. But you better get prepared. Almost all the large companies where I work as a consultant and executive coach either experienced those tumultuous changes last year or are currently undergoing them. The […]

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Predictable Promotion™ – Will you be next?
23 Jan

Predictable Promotion™ – Will you be next?

Career promotion is not a one-time-only event. You don’t achieve an upward high-level career move and automatically remain there, coasting along. You have to be fully developed and prepared. Otherwise the reward of greater responsibility can be a liability in disguise. It will expose your lack of readiness just as you enter the bright spotlight […]

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Engage Employees to Dramatically Boost Performance, Productivity, and Profits
24 Oct

Engage Employees to Dramatically Boost Performance, Productivity, and Profits

Employee engagement has weakened dramatically, and a Gallup survey found that two-thirds of the workforce is inadequately engaged. That startling lack of engagement costs businesses in the U.S. between five and six billion dollars a year in lost productivity. So what’s the solution? The word “engage” can be traced back in history to a French […]

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