Forget your “swim lane.” Run for your potential instead!

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  This last week, I had the privilege of speaking to the law enforcement officers of the Cal State Fullerton Police Department. A few months back, the chief of police was referred to me by a close friend. He had … Read More

How full is your leadership trust account (Part 1)

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    [This will be a 2-part series that I will share over the next two weeks.] I am a recovering attorney. So, I know full well what a trust account is from a legal perspective. Here, when I refer … Read More

Remote employees need love too: 5 ways to stop them from quitting!

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Organizations struggle to retain top talent and this also happens when valuable team members work remotely. Rad this article for key strategies to retain them.

Enlightened leader series: Interview with a global luxury handbag founder

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I am very excited to share my first interview as part of the Enlightened leader series. I will share these interviews monthly to shine a light on enlightened leaders around the world. My questions help uncover leadership styles and strategies … Read More

The intersection between workspace and employee engagement.

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GUEST POST: This week, I am pleased to introduce our guest blogger, Veronica Littleton.  She is the Architecture and Design Manager for Knoll, a world renown furniture manufacturer and design thought leader.  As you will read on, employee engagement encompasses … Read More

What my 14-year old daughter taught me about courageous leadership

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  Her story. This last weekend was very busy for my family. It was super exciting to watch my daughter perform in her very first play as a freshman in high school and my son compete in his first competitive … Read More

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