I get your world and I want to help you win at work.

I get your world and I want to help you win at work.

Every month, I dive deep to share insights and action steps that will shift your perspective and renew your faith in what’s possible. Receive these directly in your inbox by subscribing here.

Sometimes, a few simple practices are all it takes to produce profound change.

Moving Beyond the Clichés to Make Real Change

I listened to a training recently where the story came up AGAIN about “putting on your own mask before assisting others.” I assume you’ve heard it. I rolled my eyes, thinking, “Can we really not think of any other way to talk about taking care of ourselves so we can be available for others?”

Why You Shouldn’t Wait for Your Company to Get You a Coach

In sports, kids don’t wait until they’re in the pros to get a coach or get a trainer for themselves. They start working with someone as soon as they show some potential. That’s what I recommend for you as well. You don’t have to wait for your company to finally see that you’re worth it.

Coaching or Therapy – How to Decide What Support You Need Now

Everyone needs help sometimes, whether that’s because of something happening in your personal life or in your career. The question is what’s the right resource? In this article we’re looking at some of the distinctions between coaching and therapy. Both are extremely useful, but they serve slightly different functions and work in slightly different ways.

COACHING CASE STUDY: From “Really Unhappy” to Thriving – Without a Job Change

In December of 2020, John* started a new job as a senior program manager at a large aerospace company.

It was a really tough transition, moving from a smaller team of just 30 people to a company of many thousands. The team he managed included highly skilled engineers. With a background in business, he felt like an outsider among such a technical team. It was difficult to gain their respect. John also faced challenges from his colleagues, the other program managers.

Three Tips for Finding Solutions to Challenging Problems

This week we’re getting practical with some tips you can use when you’re facing a challenge. Whatever organization you’re in, or what role you have, if you’re a Manager, Director, or Vice President, a big part of your job is finding creative solutions to challenges. Here are a few ways to work on them.

Every month, I dive deep to share insights and action steps that will shift your perspective and renew your faith in what’s possible. Receive these directly in your inbox by subscribing here.

Why You Might Feel Lonely After a Promotion – And What to Do About It

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “It’s lonely at the top.” Many of my clients have experienced this. Many of them describe getting a promotion that they were really excited about, eagerly stepping into the new role, and then feeling isolated and lonely. After a promotion, it can feel like there’s no one you can talk to.