How Far Are You Drilling Down as a Leader?

As a coach of leaders and their teams, I am aware that something essential to effective performance isn’t regularly taking place.    I call it the “drill-down.”  I often get called by Founders, Presidents and CEO’s to help them improve in a variety of areas relevant to performance.  This is the heady stuff of strategy, visioning, […]

Susan Freeman – Persistence

Persistence: I don’t give up — especially when things get difficult. Although impatient by nature, I am working on taking the longer view. If I commit to something, I get it done. I just finished writing a book that was percolating for eight years! ORIGINAL ARTICLE How does a successful, strong, and powerful woman navigate work, employee […]

Employees and employers will foster cultures of life-long learning

ORIGINAL ARTICLE Employers who create humanistic workplaces will win the war for talentRemote work is here to stayEmployers who invest in quality people-centric development will thriveEmployees and employers will foster cultures of life-long learningArtificial intelligence will change the nature of work and the number of workers needed There have been major disruptions in recent years […]

Technology and Leadership: The Missing Connection

Technology is one of the greatest additions to our modern lives.  Yet the way we use it and engage with it, may not necessarily be helping with our leadership effectiveness.  Sure, we are more ostensibly connected-never far away from our phones, tablets and laptops.  Yet proximity does not a connection make.  I would argue that […]

9 Things Positive Leaders Do (continued)

This week we continue our post from last week, exploring the 9 things positive leaders do.  As an executive coach who works with high-performing, entrepreneurs who want to scale their organizations to the next level, I have seen first-hand the importance of modelling these qualities Leading Blog offers us a summary of Jon’ Gordon’s key […]