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Executive Coaching

I’m absolutely fascinated with people and why they do the things they do. And through my discoveries I have felt compelled to share my stories – the things that I have learned working with great leaders, as well as leaders that struggle to get it right. Leading others and inspiring people to do anything isn’t […]

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Leadership Coach

As a Talent Management Consultant, working with business owners and team leaders who lead a wide variety of individuals and teams, I have learned that it isn’t the day to day “business stuff” that keeps great Leaders up at night; it’s the “people stuff”.

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Lead Employees

Re-balancing team talent never ends. And once you have the right people in the right spot, paddling in motion with everyone else on the team, things begin to happen. A great example of directing your team is in setting clear goals: Measurable and specific goals for which everyone feels ownership.

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Great Leadership

Great leaders need to have extraordinary vision and a laser focus on the business objectives in order to achieve extraordinary results. And most importantly, they need the “4 P’s”

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Strategic Business Leader

At least once a day, in conversation with my clients, I can be heard saying, “Honor your business.”. What I mean by that is: Whether you’re a business manager or business owner, it’s your responsibility to pay thoughtful and constant attention to the needs of your business in order to achieve results. If you don’t […]

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Be a Good Leader

In leadership, just as in life, it isn’t enough just to want something to happen – we have to be willing to get into the trenches to make it happen. And without setting intentions to make something happen, ideas, thoughts, and words will just sit there and float through the air like dust.

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