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Become the Leader who can end Cross Functional Team Dysfunction

The State of Cross Functional Dysfunction in Corporations Today Software development today is a collaborative process across a broad range of groups (XFN), that might include Data Science, User Research, Product Management, Engineering, User Research, UI Design, UX Design, Content…

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Have an Imposter Moment, Not an Imposter Life

Have you ever been promoted, taken a new job, or started a business and felt like a fraud? This is called imposter syndrome. Anyone can have it. The comedian Tina Fey said, “The beauty of the impostor syndrome is you…

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How to Change Career Successfully at 50

When my coach suggested I could leave corporate life and be a coach, every cell in my body vibrated with the truth of her suggestion. I was on the top floor of the Nobu Hotel in Palo Alto looking out…

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The ROI of Maintaining Professional Ties When You Leave Your Position

When your time in a leadership role comes to an end, it can be devastating to leave behind the teams you developed and who supported you. You miss the close relationships you developed, the rapport you built, and the joy…

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How do you demonstrate care when you onboard new hires remotely?

The role of leaders today is to be responsible for the care of the people they lead. But how can you demonstrate care when you can’t take a new hire out for coffee or lunch to introduce them to colleagues?…

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Ready to level up your relationships and expand your sphere of influence?

Contrary to popular belief, it's not how full your calendar is that leads to your success; it's how you level up your relationships and expand your sphere of influence that leads to your success. During my first six months working…

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Would You Be Lost Without Your Team?

My executive career was spent leading others, and when I lost my team, I lost myself. Creating product design teams in three countries over four years has been one of my greatest professional achievements. When my position as chief design…

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Finding Comfort from Covid-19 in Netflix and FastFood?

December 2020 and it's been 30 days and I’ve watched the complete series of Bridgerton, Virgin River, The Queen's Gambit, Lupin, and my current guilty pleasure, Lucifer. I wanted to remain immune to subscription TV, but when friends and family…

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Coaching an Extraordinary Leader

When a client reached out to me to discuss coaching, I was excited. She’d recently taken an executive role at one of the top 50 Fortune 500 companies. She is at the top of her career and an internationally recognized…

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What’s on the other side of feeling like an imposter?

“Our history is on a seemingly inexorable trend toward higher levels of complexity, specialization, and sociopolitical control.” I was reminded of Joseph Tainter's quote whilst coaching an extraordinary leader this week. She has a PhD from an Ivy League school…

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Become the Leader who can end Cross Functional Team Dysfunction

The State of Cross Functional Dysfunction in Corporations Today Software development today is a collaborative process across a broad range of groups (XFN), that might include Data Science, User Research, Product Management, Engineering, User Research, UI Design, UX Design, Content…

READ MORE

Have an Imposter Moment, Not an Imposter Life

Have you ever been promoted, taken a new job, or started a business and felt like a fraud? This is called imposter syndrome. Anyone can have it. The comedian Tina Fey said, “The beauty of the impostor syndrome is you…

READ MORE

How to Change Career Successfully at 50

When my coach suggested I could leave corporate life and be a coach, every cell in my body vibrated with the truth of her suggestion. I was on the top floor of the Nobu Hotel in Palo Alto looking out…

READ MORE

The ROI of Maintaining Professional Ties When You Leave Your Position

When your time in a leadership role comes to an end, it can be devastating to leave behind the teams you developed and who supported you. You miss the close relationships you developed, the rapport you built, and the joy…

READ MORE

How do you demonstrate care when you onboard new hires remotely?

The role of leaders today is to be responsible for the care of the people they lead. But how can you demonstrate care when you can’t take a new hire out for coffee or lunch to introduce them to colleagues?…

READ MORE

Ready to level up your relationships and expand your sphere of influence?

Contrary to popular belief, it's not how full your calendar is that leads to your success; it's how you level up your relationships and expand your sphere of influence that leads to your success. During my first six months working…

READ MORE

Would You Be Lost Without Your Team?

My executive career was spent leading others, and when I lost my team, I lost myself. Creating product design teams in three countries over four years has been one of my greatest professional achievements. When my position as chief design…

READ MORE

Finding Comfort from Covid-19 in Netflix and FastFood?

December 2020 and it's been 30 days and I’ve watched the complete series of Bridgerton, Virgin River, The Queen's Gambit, Lupin, and my current guilty pleasure, Lucifer. I wanted to remain immune to subscription TV, but when friends and family…

READ MORE

Coaching an Extraordinary Leader

When a client reached out to me to discuss coaching, I was excited. She’d recently taken an executive role at one of the top 50 Fortune 500 companies. She is at the top of her career and an internationally recognized…

READ MORE

What’s on the other side of feeling like an imposter?

“Our history is on a seemingly inexorable trend toward higher levels of complexity, specialization, and sociopolitical control.” I was reminded of Joseph Tainter's quote whilst coaching an extraordinary leader this week. She has a PhD from an Ivy League school…

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