Three Resources You Might Want To Know About

If you are an administrative professional (or a leader responsible for the growth and development of an administrative professional), here are three resources you will likely want to know about.

Read More
Please Stop Pimping

Throughout my years as an executive coach, I’ve noticed ten mistakes that leaders often make when trying to lead with questions. Here they are in no particular order.

Read More
A Frictionless Life Is The Path To Mediocrity

Here’s what’s at risk when you protect your loved ones from painful life experiences.

Read More
A Simple Hack for Accessing Your Brain’s Executive Function

Most people’s executive functioning improves throughout life as their experiences shape these critical mental skills. However, it’s also possible to work on and improve the different components of your executive function to make you happier and more productive. I share a simple but powerful way to do this in this article.

Read More
Kick Impostor Syndrome to the Curb with these Calibrated Questions

The Founder of a biotech startup decided it was time to add a Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) to his leadership team. After sharing this decision with his Director of Science, Amy, she began thinking about which of her peers and mentors would be perfect for the role. (Yep. You read that correctly. She didn’t even

Read More
Engaging in Delicate Conversations with Others

The following question was asked in a Human Resources Facebook Group:The following question was asked in a Human Resources Facebook Group: “I have a delicate issue I need some advice on handling. I have a wonderful, talented HR person that has trouble with subject/verb agreement, both verbally and in emails. She has a college degree,

Read More
Are you languishing and perhaps don’t realize it?

Last week, during a Zoom meeting, I patiently listened to a prospective client air his grievances about EVERYTHING, including his employer, its management team, and the people with whom he works.

Thirty minutes later, when it appeared he had exhausted his list of complaints…

Read More
Connectedness: An Essential Component of Building & Sustaining Strong Team Relationships

Last week, I reached out to a client to find out how she and her team were navigating this pandemic.

As part of her response, she shared, “My team is all virtual still. I’ve been calling each of them every day to…

Read More
Humans Have a Way of Spinning the Narrative to Fit Their Motives

Blindly trusting everything we see and hear can be a recipe for disaster for one simple reason: humans have a way of spinning the narrative to fit their motives – the narrative they tell themselves that aligns with and further reinforces what they…

Read More
You Reserve the Right to Determine What Will and Will Not Influence Your Decision Making

If your beliefs ultimately become your destiny, then it is in your best interest to maintain full control of them. You are not obligated in any way to relinquish control of…

Read More