Hello everyone and Happy Holidays!
This is a quick note to thank you all for your interest and support over the years, and to offer you a holiday gift…
Get $100 off your Membership
For the rest of December you can join my Executive Mentoring Group and get $100 off your first year. Read More
Working from home, it’s easy to fill up every moment of your day doing something for everyone except yourself.
This month the topic in my Executive Mentoring Group is: More Energy. Less Stress.
This topic has come up a lot lately! Read More
I am noticing something interesting in the pandemic about communicating.
There is great disparity between how various people show up to meetings on video conferences.
Before the pandemic I wrote an article about increasing your effectiveness while working remotely and included the video below. Read More
This month the topic in my Executive Mentoring Group is: Selling Your ideas.
In my own career, as well as in observing the careers of others, I have found that the ability to communicate your ideas well matters a lot to standing out, getting promoted, and getting access to resources. Read More
Reflecting on my own career, it struck me what an advantage it was that I was a willing and decent speaker.
I have noticed in watching others’ careers too, that the ability to share your ideas in a compelling way is one of the key enablers for people to stand out, get promoted, get their projects supported, and to be effective leaders in general. Read More
This month the topic in my Executive Mentoring Group is: Confidence and Resilience.
I’ll tell you, this was a key journey in my own career.
I needed to find a way to keep showing up when the environment was unwelcoming, and as I struggled with imposter syndrome. Read More
You can actually get these “stop talking” cards here.
Yes or NO?
Earlier in my career, when I was faced with a scary executive and I got nervous, I would find myself talking way too much. Read More
“I don’t do politics”
Many people over the years have told me something like, “I refuse to engage in politics”, and they give this as a reason why their career has stalled.
They consider “politics” a necessary evil to advance in one’s career, but refuse to engage asserting that their “no politics” position is on the high ground, so they are sticking with it. Read More
Happy New Year everyone, such as it is so far.
I thought this might be a good time to revisit this idea as we’re all getting started in 2021 when we are all feeling a little overwhelmed with everything. Read More
Starting in a New Role…
A question that frequently comes up in my Executive Mentoring Group is, “I’m starting a new job. What do you recommend that I do in the first 30 days to set myself up for success?”
That question has been expanded recently to include, “And how do I get started and make effective connections and good impressions when we are all working remotely?” Read More