Archive for August 2017
Take the Next Step… Move Forward!
Step out into the wild adventure of your life and into a more confident YOU! Ready to make the leap? Here are a variety of options to help you do just that – which one suits you best right now? Confidence Builders This group is ideal for you if you are … –> Struggling to…Read More
How to Lead In a Way That Inspires Great Performances
Being a wildly successful actress is something I’ve never aspired to. A drama queen I am not! Maybe if I’d been able to watch more than an hour of TV per week or permitted to go to a movie theater growing up, such a passion might have been stirred up in me. It’s all good…Read More
Have You Heard About FOMO?
When happenings are positioned as “once in a lifetime” they are hard to ignore; and when schools close and people take time off work, you realize something big is about to take place. The news plays a part in the frenzy by repeatedly warning the public that highways will be crowded and hotels sold out…Read More
What’s Holding Your Leadership Together?
Growing up, sewing was still regularly offered in middle school, or junior high as it was called it back then. I couldn’t wait that long! I wanted to learn sooner. That’s why I spent a week during my summer leading up to fourth grade learning how to sew a pair of shorts with a top…Read More
What’s Messing With Morale?
Inside, we all have a fear monster. It might be hibernating, but every now and then it rouses – even for leaders! When your fear monster is awake and active, you behave in ways that mess with morale. You may not even know the name of your fear monster, but I can guarantee it’s working…Read More
6 Communication Mistakes that Destroy Morale
Morale is mysterious and intangible like the wind. You can feel the effects, but the contributing factors aren’t always obvious. When morale is good, you can feel it – everything flows better. Your team has more fun working; there is a surge in creativity, energy, and productivity. The bonus – a better bottom line! When…Read More