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
Rethinking my work-life was the furthest thing from my mind. It was Friday afternoon in March and I had just picked up my toddler from daycare. We had the car windows down, enjoying the way the wind felt as our hair danced around us. We were singing loudly to a song on the radio and on our…Read More
It’s an unprecedented time in history. Virtually overnight, many people went from seeing their coworkers daily to setting up shop at home. People met this mandated standard with a variety of reactions: some were thrilled to have the chance to work from home, some had never worked from home before and didn’t know how to adjust, and…Read More
Five Steps to Making A Work Change Worldwide, almost everyone has experienced a vast alteration to their daily life because of COVID-19. A drastic mental or physical change in your life can work wonders in helping you clarify your wants and needs. If this time has you thinking that you want to make a change in your…Read More
The Coronavirus work from home guide was created out of love and concern to help you navigate this uncertain time. Many of you may be working from home for the first time ever. Compound that with trying to manage the needs of kids/pets/aging parents/concerned friends and it can quickly become overwhelming. Bottomline: you are going to be…Read More
Although it may seem counterintuitive, imposter syndrome is prevalent at the executive level. I have a client, let’s call him Ben, who reached out for coaching because the company where he had worked for 20 years had turned into a toxic environment where he no longer felt respected by upper management and his career had stalled. Ben is…Read More
You’ve made it to the top coveted position. And while society spends plenty of time portraying the glamour of being the top dog, what they don’t reveal is the loneliness CEO’s experience. If you’ve struggled with this yourself, rest assured, you are not alone. According to Harvard Business Review, half of CEOs express feelings of loneliness and of that…Read More
You are about to embark upon an adventure like one you’ve never experienced before. And although it’s an adventure fellow-women have been going on since the beginning of humankind, it is still full of surprises for each brave woman who embarks upon it. Luckily, you don’t have to go it alone. There are tons of resources out there…Read More
Every 2-3 years throughout the first 13 years of my career, I switched jobs. I had a distinct pattern: the first six months of my new job I was really happy and excited that I had finally found a role I liked. Then, the familiar doubts and disheartening realizations would rear their ugly heads. I felt stifled, I…Read More
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