Building a Culture of Diversity and Inclusion

Promoting a culture of diversity and inclusion is not only morally required, but also an economic need in today’s worldwide and linked society. I’ve had the honor of working with executives from a variety of industries as an executive coach,

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Healing from Trauma as a Leader: Part II

We recently delved into a few Q&As surrounding my new book, The Survive and Thrive Toolkit for Leaders: How to Lead with Intention to Transform Your Business and Exceed Your Goals. Trauma is something many people experience, unfortunately, and many

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Balancing Innovation and Risk Management

One of the most common challenges I encounter as an executive coach is the sometimes delicate dance between innovation and risk management. On the one hand, leaders need to foster an environment that encourages fresh ideas and embraces change. On

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Healing from Trauma as a Leader: Part 1

Trauma is a word that carries significant weight and is often associated with deeply personal experiences. But what happens when those experiences spill over into the professional sphere, impacting leadership and workplace dynamics? This is the crucial territory I explored

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Mastering the Art of Delegation as a Leader

As an Executive Coach, I’ve noticed that one of the most important leadership skills is learning how to delegate effectively. Delegation is more than just assigning work; it also involves empowering your group, encouraging development, and increasing output. Here are

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The Power of Adaptive Leadership

Success in today’s quickly changing corporate environment depends in large part on the capacity for change adaptation. The notion of adaptive leadership, which prioritizes adaptability, durability, and creativity, has become an essential structure for managing unpredictability. Organizations and their leaders

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Volunteering as a Leader

In leadership, success isn’t solely measured by professional achievements; it can also be measured by the impact a leader has on others and the community at large. Volunteering as a leader is a profound way to give back while also

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Leading through crisis

Leading Through Crisis

Crises are unavoidable in the fast-paced, unpredictable world of business. Leaders have to manage through challenging circumstances, such as a worldwide pandemic, economic slowdown, or industry-specific obstacles, while guiding their teams toward success. A distinct set of abilities and a

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Burnt out employee due to leadership and micromanagement

Leadership and Micromanagement

Effective leadership can be viewed as a delicate dance between providing guidance and allowing autonomy. While a hands-on approach can be beneficial, micromanagement, on the other hand, can have detrimental effects on both leaders and their teams. We’re going to

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Dress Code for Executive Leaders

Although the old adage “Don’t judge a book by its cover” is definitely a saying we should keep in mind when meeting or dealing with others, there is often judgment involved, even if we may not verbally acknowledge it. We

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Ill leader working

Leading While Ill

I recently traveled to Spain to work as an English immersion teacher for an incredible organization, VaughanTown. This annual visit is always scheduled far in advance and is something I greatly look forward to. The country is beautiful, the organization

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Body language and leadership

Body Language and Leadership

People you seek to influence will subtly assess your dependability, confidence, empathy, and believability. Your influence as a leader can be enhanced, supported, diminished, or even sabotaged by the way you employ your body language, posture, facial emotions, and eye

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Interviewing Like a Boss

As a leader, you may be required to interview prospective employees – whether just once or on a regular basis. And though you have undoubtedly been interviewed in the past, the process of being the interviewer is quite different. One

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Trust executives forming hand stack in office

Trust and Leadership

As an executive coach, I’ve witnessed the profound impact that trust can have on an organization’s success. In this blog, we’ll explore the critical role trust plays in leadership and how it can be cultivated to enhance your effectiveness as

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Empty modern business offic

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

As an Executive Coach, I frequently see Imposter Syndrome in my clients. It’s a common condition that can affect anyone, regardless of their level of success. Imposter syndrome is the feeling that you’re not good enough, that you’re a fraud,

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