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Shifting to Create Recognition Through COVID and Beyond

Do you feel like just as soon as you, your family, or your organization figures out how to get through COVID, another shift happens – a spike or flattening of the curve, a change in “level” of severity, a new… READ MORE

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Women in Leadership: Why Mitigating Gender Bias in the Workplace is Important to All of Us

Hungry for learning more about the biases you may have without even realizing it? Here’s some food for thought (pun absolutely intended). A quick google image search of the word “professor” reveals that over 90% of professors are Caucasian men…. READ MORE

The Real Risk Women Face When Dealing with Money

“Investing is far too risky. I’m better off leaving my money in the bank.” I hear this all the time from women, along with “I don’t have time to invest.” And, “My partner is better at managing our finances.” Sound… READ MORE

How to be Honest About Mental Health at Work

A couple of weeks ago I had to bump my meeting twice, and it really bugged me. Not because I had a more important meeting. Not because I had another meeting run late. Not because something better came up and… READ MORE

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Is There a Benefit to Failing?

When we don’t lean into failure, mining it for lessons and for a reason it showed up in our work and life, we are left seeing failure as an obstacle, roadblock or misstep that’s regrettable. It can cause us to… READ MORE

How to Start Addressing Workplace Culture

Fresh off the celebration of my anniversary, I move into another month with a lot of personal significance because this year will mark our twin daughters turning 5 years old. They are my light in the world and a blessing… READ MORE

The Power of Saying “No” for Your Mental Health

Is your work making you sick? Your days are so packed there’s no time to breathe? You want to succeed so badly you say “Yes” to every opportunity. Here’s the ironic part… the business you worked so hard to build… READ MORE

From Maria von Trapp to Vlad the Impaler (and Back Again): The Tale of a Mission-Driven Bull

Oh Behave!   In last week’s Oh Behave! blog post, I wrote about three different ways of getting bullies into an organization. Hiring a Sociopath and Incentivizing Bad Behaviour were two of them. The third pathway was one I dubbed the… READ MORE