Unconscious Bias Part 2: How Do I Play The Blame Game?

      We are constantly under the influence of many biases. These biases are like invisible beings that distort our perceptions, impact our decision making, influence our beliefs about others and cause us to make judgments of others on a daily basis.  

      How to Get the Most Out of Executive Coaching

      If you speak with anyone who has gone through a successful Executive Coaching program, they will tell you it accelerates how fast you reach your goals, no matter what the goal is. 

      Working with a professional coach gives you the opportunity to...

      Tips For Increasing Your Visibility While Working Remotely

      My circle has shrunk…how do I expand it working from home? 

      For some this is new…the longer you have been working from home the more you are noticing how much you miss the chance encounters in the hall or the lunchroom or the elevator.  

      Are You Guilty About Your Success?

      There are many, many stories about how this year’s pandemic has altered our lives! There are tragic stories both personally and business-wise of those that have not been able to survive. We tend to hear more about the tragedy. 

      The Value Proposition of Returning to the Office

      With September on our doorstep,  many conversations are happening about the potential of leaving WFH behind and returning to the office.

      How to Choose the Perfect Executive Coach?

      What is Coaching? 


      I’ve always found this such an interesting question as defining coaching has seemed a bit ambiguous for me.  I know what clients say about the value of coaching however defining the action or process of coaching seems ...

      Why and How to Set Conscious Goals

      I’m going to make a humble and transparent acknowledgment. As a coach I used to feel like such a fraud when I worked with clients who are most excellent goal setters.


      You know the people I am talking about, the ones who set very specific goals...

      Unconscious Bias Part 1: Are You Seeking to Prove Yourself Wrong?

      The answer to the question posed above for most of us is a resounding NO!   

      For Overachievers and Perfectionists

      This blog is intended for leaders who are or who supervise overachievers and perfectionists. If you are not one of those…you may find it interesting anyway! 

      Extroverted & Introverted Personality Types: Myths & Reality

      A question we hear often is, “Who makes the best leader?” or “Is there a personality type that predicts the best chances for success in leadership?