There’s a small voice inside of you that has a dream to do something other than what you’re doing now. Occasionally, you give yourself the time and space to imagine what it would be like to chase your dream. But for the most part, you ignore your dream because along with that dream comes fear.…Read More
Happy New Year! As we say good bye to a year that taught us the value of slowing down and stretched us in ways most of us hadn’t experienced before, it’s a good time to think about what you want to do in 2021, the year we put the pandemic behind us (knock on wood). …Read More
2020 has been quite a year. I bet you learned a few things about yourself. What’s the best way to pull all those learnings together? I’m glad you asked, I adapted this exercise from a booklet from YearCompass to help you with this. The benefits of reflecting on your year can be really powerful and include:…Read More
In March of 2020, with very little warning, our lives were changed virtually overnight. For many of us who worked in the corporate space, that meant our office space had been replaced with the need to carve out a work space at home. In parallel, we were navigating a newly remote team, boss, and customers. To compound the…Read More
To answer the question “does executive coaching work,” think about the last time you sat down with someone for an hour who just focused on you and your needs. They were genuinely curious about what you wanted and what might be getting in your way. They asked you questions that helped you learn more about yourself…Read More
Life was busy before the pandemic but now, life is busy in a different way and the options that were available us to recharge and recoup have changed. To state the obvious, it can be hard to recharge when you have no free time. How do we manage this new paradigm and optimize our productivity by…Read More
The workplace has changed dramatically since March. Most of us are still working remotely and the tools we previously used to check-in on our team members (reading body language, quick hallway chats between meetings, small talk with other team members) have largely been replaced with back-to-back video conferences where we quickly have to get down to…Read More
Anshu and Tyler both applied for the same job. On paper, they looked very similar- both had master’s degrees, twenty years of experience, and both had worked for a similar caliber of companies. They both interviewed extremely well also and seemed to be a cultural fit. However, Anshu had an advantage that Tyler didn’t. She…Read More
This One, Small Thing Will Improve Your Work-Life What if I told you there was one small practice that you could introduce every day that would help you with whatever is weighing on you at work and beyond? Regardless of your situation- whether it be that you’re in a job that you’re looking to leave,…Read More
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