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There is an ongoing struggle in leadership development. Executives want high quality training for their leaders, but struggle with down time and scaling across the system. Here’s what often …

Date posted: June 10, 2021

Categories: Leadership


One of the most common issues I see when coaching leaders is leader fatigue caused by constant interruptions that prevent them from dedicated “think time” for planning and project completion. They …

Date posted: June 8, 2021

Categories: Coaching


The other day I was listening to a speaker who reminded us to think back on a teacher who made a difference in our lives and reach out to thank them. This past year, as parents have had to take over …

Date posted: May 27, 2021

Categories: Recognition


Science has proven what the heart has always known. That gratitude changes lives. I personally try to begin each day with my gratitude list. It keeps me both grounded and optimistic. We all do better …

Date posted: May 25, 2021

Categories: Celebrations


There is a phenomenon among newly-minted managers. When someone presents a problem, they often feel the need to fix it because, after all, they are now the manager.  Fixing presents two problems. …

Date posted: May 17, 2021

Categories: Coaching


Stories are the backbone of culture. And like culture, they must be orchestrated by design to be most impactful. 

Quantitative data is essential in moving organizations toward specific goals. You …

Date posted: May 4, 2021

Categories: Medical Mystery Shopping


Say these four words often enough and you’ll believe it without a doubt. Leaders who take our course, Be the Leader Nobody Wants to Leave, often tell us that they don’t have time to round, coach, or …

Date posted: April 29, 2021

Categories: Culture Catalyst