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Simple Ideas for Daily Reflection

Reflection has more benefit than you might think. In fact, studies suggest that purposeful, daily reflection actually has the ability to improve your cognitive abilities and increase your overall performance.

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Innovation: Seeing new possibilities in old problems

Innovation continues to be a hot topic in many industries, yet for leaders who are charged with sparking change and bringing new ideas, it can be hard to innovate when you just keep looking at the same issues from the same angles. 


Four Questions to Ask a Potential Coach

What questions should you ask when you interview a leadership coach? Sometimes, what’s underneath that question is a deeper one: How do you make sure that coaching will make a difference? Coaching is an investment in time, energy and attention, and you want to make sure you get the best return.

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Receiving the Gift of Feedback

Receiving feedback plays a significant role in one’s development as a leader. By opening ourselves up to feedback from others, we are acknowledging that we are in a continuous process of learning and growth, and that we understand that there are always ways we can be more effective.

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Facebook: A Case Study on Leadership, Brand & Trust

Building a brand and gaining the trust of customers is one of the hardest things to do, yet that trust is also easy to lose; as Warren Buffet once said: “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.”

The Big Reasons to Bring Mindfulness to the Work Place

According to a 2016 study conducted by the National Business Group on Health (NBGH) and Fidelity Investments,  22% of companies have mindfulness training programs already in place, and another 21% planned to add a mindfulness training component in 2017.

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Lessons from the Mountaintop: Does Declaring Your Vision Make You Sweat?

As a leadership coach, I work with individuals and teams who are creating and articulating their visions for themselves, their organizations, and their communities.  They are striving to make those visions real through what they do and who they are.  It is humbling work that is deeply satisfying – and sometimes scary.