Do you have a case of the “should’s” when it comes to meditation? Many of the women I talk to in my coaching practice and on the road during speaking engagements certainly do. They feel they should be meditating, and believe that the only way to do it is to sit cross-legged on a mat […]
There’s no doubt that being back in the job market in your 40s and 50s can be more challenging than earlier days on the job-hunting trail. Many of my 40-plus coaching clients feel out of interview shape and daunted by the job-search process – especially if they’ve been steadily employed for years, or even decades.
My life and career philosophy focuses on authentically giving to others. As the recipient of priceless wisdom and generosity from others throughout my life, I want to share ideas that will help you focus on paying-it-forward.
When You Give – You Also Receive – Consider how you can give of your time, talent, or treasure to […]
Time is money: it’s been said and proven again and again. But never before has the definition of time been so clear-cut, drastic and incredibly precise—through advancements in business technology and communication, companies can track every second of work done by every single employee, with time management tools and productivity trackers to aggregate levels of […]
It’s fair to say that we’re all sales people to some extent in our work lives – selling the team on a new strategy…selling the boss on granting a raise or promotion – and we’re most definitely in sales mode when it comes to interviewing for a job.
When you walk into an interview, you’re a […]
I am delighted to feature this guest blog post from Jen Owen, an Adult Nurse Practitioner specializing in Integrative Medicine. She has over 20 years of experience working with natural remedies for health, including herbs, supplements, and nutrition. She combines this knowledge with conventional medicine to find the very best plan for each patient. Jen […]
Professional behavior should be a given expectation amongst working adults but in reality, most of us have experienced unprofessional conduct in the workplace. You can choose your friends but you don’t always have the luxury of choosing your colleagues.
In the iconic words of the late leadership guru, Peter Drucker, “We spend a lot of time […]
Have you ever considered trading in your daily commute, travelling several miles from home, for a commute where you’re travelling several feet to the closest computer in your home?
More and more of my coaching clients are interested in exploring the option of working remotely, and according to an American Community Survey, there are 3.3 million […]
Many thanks to Miley Green for her insightful guest blog. Miley has investigated past and present gender biases across various fields of work. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree, hoping to delve further into the world of feminism and discover new ways to help women succeed in male-dominated industries.
While men may dominate the oil […]
What do you value most in a leader? The 4th annual Ketchum Leadership Communication Monitor (KLCM) recently came out with some interesting findings that point to changing views about leadership around the globe.
An online survey went out to six thousand people in different parts of the world last spring – asking what they valued most […]