This New Year’s my fiancé and I traveled to the heart of Silicon Valley, to meet my new nephew. While for me the baby was
Category: Enlightened Leadership
Work is love made visible. And if you can’t work with love but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work
While I love the ease of information access that the internet provides for building our business, developing training programs, researching resources for coaching clients, and
Is a Millennial workforce the secret to your labour shortage or just common sense?
I find it interesting that people always seem to be looking for some secret answer – that ever elusive bit of information, research, new theory
In this final installment of the Stressed in the City series I want to address an often misunderstood topic that is at the root of stress for many successful people – vision (or lack thereof).
The first pitfall is not having a vision at all. Having no vision for your life and work causes stress because you have nothing to work towards, nothing to look forward to, nothing to challenge yourself to achieve. Many successful people experience this once they …
I make my living showing leaders the importance of keeping their priorities straight in both their business and their lives, so I was shocked recently
If you are a Boomer or Gen X leader tasked with managing a team of millennial employees, there is really only one thing you need