On the Cutting Edge of Change

Leadership Lessons: Daring + Caring = Sharing

My new book, the one I am writing as you read this, is about women becoming more daring, men more caring and together all of us more sharing. It is the new way for men and women to relate and work together, at home, in the office, everywhere! Do you want to be part of the pioneering group to make.. read more →

Leadership Lessons: The Agony of Being Typecast

Imagine this really ugly situation. The YOU who is always strong and competent, can always dance with dilemmas, and loves to embrace complexities, passes out from exhaustion and overwork. YOU always have the answers. YOU are the one your staff comes to knowing that every problem will be discussed and solved quickly and easily. Now YOU do not have answers. YOU are tired and scared. Your body is.. read more →

Leadership Development: Inner Critics and Outer Critics

There are some amazing quotes from GUTSY and Powerful women leaders that really make us think. Here is one from Arianna Huffington, President and Editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post. “We may not be able to tune our inner critics out entirely, but we don’t have to let them run the show.” Here is the BIG.. read more →

Patterns, Habits and Leadership Development

Do you work? Actually I mean do you have a job? If your answer is yes keep reading if not, well keep reading anyway. You never know when this type of information will be helpful. Think about what you do in the morning after you brush your teeth, shower and do all the morning getting ready for.. read more →

Call YOUR MOTHER…… or NOT!!!!

Hey , Mother’s Day is over. That was last Sunday. So you can check that one off the list. Flowers, brunch or a phone call or e-card and the day was done. BUT the relationship remains. No, you cannot just check family off the “to do” list and forget about it. The behaviors that you learned long.. read more →

Pattern Interruption in the Workplace

So you are frustrated with your direct reports. You can’t seem to get to the bottom of their gossiping and slacking off at work. You have talked to each one separately and no one is willing to say what is really going on. Pattern Interrupt is the way to go. Normally you call together a team and ask “what.. read more →

Small Change for Leadership Development

Yesterday I suggested doing one thing differently in your morning ritual on your way to work, whether in a car or walking to your home office. Next is a fun small change that can make a huge amount of difference in relationships. Think about how you normally greet people either at the office or on the phone or even with.. read more →

COMMON DESTRUCTIVE PATTERNS IN THE WORKPLACE

There are two kinds of people in the world; those who think there are two kinds of people, and those who know it’s not that simple. -Anonymous How do you prevent habits and patterns from continuing to thwart your career success? How do you gain more freedom to reach your highest potential both at work and at home? Patterns.. read more →

Extraordinary Boss as Truth Teller

Did you ever think it is better to tell just a little white lie rather than have someone be upset with you? We all have at one time or another. Then there is the opposite extreme where the truth is told in anger with judgment, blame and attack. Not pretty! What a gift to have a boss who is not afraid.. read more →

Extraordinary Bosses as Mentors

Think about what it feels like when someone listens to you. I meanreally listens. They do not interrupt. They do not look like they are planning where to go to dinner or what they have to say to someone once you finally shut up. They are there with you. What a great feeling. Often you end.. read more →