Starved for Time? Snack on This.

Starved for Time? Snack on This.

Many leaders are hungry for time. Last year, the Center for Creative Leadership conducted a survey that found 88% percent of leaders report work as a primary source of stress in their lives and that having a leadership role increases the level of stress. One of the... Read more
Experience vs. Effectiveness

Experience vs. Effectiveness

Like most coaches, I have a coach. In fact, I have several. One of them is my riding instructor, Siggi. Almost every time I work with Cato, my Anglo Arabian, under her keen eye, I learn something that translates directly into the leadership arena. Cato and I practice... Read more
It’s Spring:  Time To Shed Our Resistance

It’s Spring: Time To Shed Our Resistance

My horses are starting to shed out their winter coats, a sure sign that spring is around the corner. Which reminds me of last year, when I treated myself to an at liberty immersion experience with Leslie Nichols, who’s based outside of Phoenix, Arizona. I was looking... Read more
Let’s Soar!

Let’s Soar!

I spend a fair amount of my coaching time helping leaders set goals for themselves, their teams, and organizations. I love goals. They bring focus, clarity, and intention to our leadership work and purpose. As 2018 unfolds, I find myself gravitating toward... Read more
Three Most Important Things

Three Most Important Things

When I work with leaders on their Priority 1–2-3, A‐B‐C List, a frequent question usually is:  How do I decide what the three most important things are?  It’s a good question, because your Priority List is not a typical To‐Do list. There’s an important... Read more
Is Your Leadership on Autopilot?

Is Your Leadership on Autopilot?

We all know that when you want to get better at something, you have to practice – whether it’s sports, music, dance or….leadership. To improve our leadership, we often read books, attend seminars, observe famous leaders, even look at our bosses and swear we will never... Read more
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