This month’s Professional Development webinar was on the topic of Executive Presence and Confidence.
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As we start the new year I’ve been thinking about choices.
I realized that there are some simple, key choices that we all have immediately available to us that can help us be more true to ourselves, and become happier and more successful at work and life — no matter where we are starting from. Read More
It’s been awhile since I’ve written about this, and there are so many new followers of this blog (thank you and welcome!), so I wanted to write this short blog because I think it’s really important to share this:
Everyone gets scared.
One day you are working with your peers as colleagues, and the next day you are their manager. Now what?
You are the same person as you were the day before, so what now makes you worthy of being in charge? Read More
I was recently telling a story about a time in my career when I had an all out panic.
When I got my first general manager job at Hewlett Packard, early into the role, my team had identified a significant gap in our product offering, and the recommendation was that we acquire a technology from another company. Read More
I want to share two important ideas that I learned from one of my key, long-time mentors, Jim Davis. These have proven to be profoundly valuable through my career.
There was a time when I started a new, big, executive job, and the enormity of what I needed to learn was crushing. Read More
This month’s webinar was on Bullies and Sabotage.
If you missed it, you can download the podcast!
This is a useful webinar to download if you:
I was bullied for many years as a child. Read More
I think many of us have the experience of being a misfit or an outcast as a child. I certainly do not have the corner on this. But with all the talk of bullying right now, it got me thinking about my childhood bullies and the ultimate impact that being bullied had on my life. Read More