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Strategies for Tackling Imposter Syndrome

Strategies for Tackling Imposter Syndrome

Check out my latest video with strategies for addressing Imposter Syndrome, so you can show up — and feel – confident: If you’re tired of being weighed down by your own Imposter Syndrome, let’s talk. Book a call with me at zmcoach.net/call. For instant...
feeling burned out?

feeling burned out?

We need to talk about burnout. This has come up over and over again on my calls this week. A few months ago I told this story. It seems worthwhile to repeat it today when so many people are under pressure like never before. Several years ago in my first consulting...
sound familiar?

sound familiar?

Back in March, before quarantine, I worked with a professional organizer. It was a happy accident to have done that work before the quarantine, and I’m so glad I did. We moved to a new home in May of 2019, and I had hit a wall in our unpacking and settling in....
Looking Around the Corner

Looking Around the Corner

I just received a note from my alma mater about their plans for the fall, which will include only inviting back about half of the student body to be on campus. Earlier today I completed a questionnaire for my son’s high school to help them in making their own plans...
As you bring your team back to the office …

As you bring your team back to the office …

As I write this some places are starting to open up from the coronavirus quarantine. That has me thinking about the work that managers have in front of them as people transition back to the office. I recently read a piece called “It’s okay to not be okay” and that...
The downside of 360’s

The downside of 360’s

When you’re a new manager, getting quality feedback is crucial to your success. Becoming a manager means taking on tasks and behaviors that may be new to you. It’s important to know how that’s going – whether you are being received the way you mean to be....