Tag: Managing Change


Upgrading How the World Sees You

Upgrading How the World Sees You

As the summer begins, I am reminded of the adjustment it always was to come home from college for the summer.  On the one hand, it was always great to be home and unplug from the pressures of school in the safety and comfort of the family cocoon.  Yet in those 8 months away from [...]


Discovering Reasons to Stay

This following guest article is based on concepts from Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay by Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans. This bestselling book provides twenty-six strategies to keep talented employees happy and productive.  While their focus is on the employer, Beverly and Sharon pose some great questions we could all be asking [...]


How to Gracefully Deal with Failure

Introducing Natalie Runyon, a leadership strategist for aspiring female executives who want to change the world.  Natalie serves leaders with a wonderful blend of heart. intellect and pragmatism.  I am honored to be one of the featured speakers in her upcoming Free Telesummit Be the CEO of Your Career.  Here Natalie shares a story from [...]


Changing How We Think About Change

The following is a guest post from Jann E. Freed, PhD, who is a leadership development and change management consultant with The Genysys Group.  For more information, please see her website where she blogs about learning, leading, living, … sage-ing®. Change. The only constant is change. Change happens to everyone.  Some changes are personal and some changes [...]


The Beginner’s Challenge

A true sign of mastery is realizing just how much you don’t know.   Since masters and beginners share “not knowing” in common, why is “not knowing” so freeing for us when we have achieved mastery, and so darn uncomfortable when we are beginners? Amber Naslund got me thinking about this in her post titled The [...]

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