Yesterday, my darling daughters fell asleep in the car. So I sat in a parking lot for an hour and finished listening to Dare to Lead by Brené Brown. First, let’s give some major credit to both toddlers for taking a double nap and offering me a little quiet time! I will accept this giftContinue reading “My Thoughts on Dare to Lead by Brené Brown”
Employee engagement, retention and satisfaction drive client engagement, retention and satisfaction.
The etymology behind certain words can be very telling and the word “decision” holds a lot of weight when broken down. Take a look: The Latin word decisionem is the past-participle stem of decidere which means “to decide, determine” Broken down by root: de (off) + caedere (to cut) literally means “to cut off” When you say you are going to “cut off”Continue reading “How to improve your decision-making”
Growing up, we had a lake house about 15 miles from our home where we would spend the entire summer. It wasn’t uncommon on any given day to have a dozen teenagers traipsing about riding jet skis, raiding my parents kitchen, or basking in the sun on the dock. In addition to my dad’s neverContinue reading “Two Eyes, Two Ears and One Mouth…for a reason.”
There was a time in my life where I touted the fact that I was a great multi-tasker. After all, if you weren’t doing at least two things at once, you were wasting time. I am no longer of that mindset. Multi-tasking can result in missed opportunities in connecting with the people and often resultsContinue reading “Effective, Efficient and Engaged”
There comes a time when you are so far into the project you can’t realistically turn back without a lot of brow raising. However, with so much more to accomplish, you aren’t sure the investment is still worth it. That, my friend, is the point in time when you are in the tunnel of darkness.
In my various roles in life, I often find myself with an opportunity to teach others. From coaching my clients or explaining new tools or ways of working in group sessions or helping my daughters build a fort, the teacher hat is worn a lot these days. In doing a little research on effective teachingContinue reading “A Small Way to Increase Confidence when Teaching New Skills”
Have you heard the adage “life is a journey, not a destination”? While the author is unknown, I can assure you whoever penned this has never traveled on an airplane with a toddler (kidding, sort of). It is applicable in the area of operational initiatives. So, if go-live is not your destination, then what is?Continue reading “It’s more about the Journey”