Tag Archives: leadership development

April 21, 2019

How’s Your Daily Grind? In Your Enthusiasm to Meet Goals, Have You Lost Yourself Along the Way?

Are you burning out from the entrepreneurial grind? That’s the question a friend asked recently, and I was startled. Burnout? Grind? Me? No! But her question got my attention. Thinking about it, the only time work became a grind was when I decided I’d be more effective and accepted if I were more like, well, […]

Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Development, Mission & Vision, Stress Management
April 8, 2019

The Wilderness Adventure Continues: Thanks, Gardner Defoe

What does our professional work-life have in common with a bunch of strangers in the wilderness? Actually, a lot. Both require the ability to solve complicated stuff, under duress, for extended periods of time, while working with people we don’t necessarily understand or even like. Kinda like getting married before we’ve even had a chance […]

Conflict Resolution, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Development
February 7, 2019

Who’s Indispensable and Nearly Invisible on Your Team: Who’s Hector Today?

I did it again. This morning I watched helplessly as the steel cut oats violently erupted up and over the saucepan, splattering a frothy film that seared a hard crust all over the stove.  A spectacular mess. This puzzles me because I’m an accomplished cook, as I should be.  As former co-entrepreneur of an all-natural […]

Business Partnerships, Conflict Resolution, Family Owned Businesses, Leadership Development, Organizational Development, Team Building