August 12, 2021

It wasn't too long ago that during a coaching session a director level leader said to me “I can’t be friends with them, I have to be their boss.” It’s not a new sentiment. Many managers think they have to choose between having a supervisory role in a business and being friends or friendly with

June 29, 2021

We all experience imposter syndrome from time to time. As a leader, here are three ways you can overcome self-doubt and thrive.

May 21, 2021

It often happens when I work with leaders that I find them stuck or trapped in a mindset that is completely in the way of achieving what they define as success for themselves.  As humans we are sometimes our worst enemy when it comes to throwing roadblocks in front of ourselves on our way to

March 17, 2021

I was working with a senior leader recently and they were complaining a bit as they sized up their calendar for the coming week. When I asked them to describe how the week felt, words like overwhelming, heavy, and exhausting showed up.Taking Control of Your CalendarSometimes we think that as we move into leadership or

January 26, 2021

Pretty often I get to work with leaders who feel like they should stop doing something that is getting in the way of their best leadership.  They might want to stop reacting impulsively, they might want to stop focusing on mistakes or weaknesses in others so much, they might want to stop procrastinating, or maybe

October 26, 2020

If you look at many businesses, there is a critical component of success that can often be the thing that sets them apart from their competitors and from other businesses in general - How well they develop leaders. It affects every single part of the business, determines their future, and is the most multiplied factor in