September 1, 2015

Latest Blog Posts


Women’s Equality: Blame Won’t Get Us There

Today is Women’s Equality Day. I’m glad that this day exists. It commemorates the game-changing moment, 95 years ago today, when women gained the constitutional right to vote in the US.  It’s important to celebrate that and to remember that there are still many women in the world without a political … more...


As Leaders In Business, What Is Our Calling?

“Allow the way to your great work to be guided by your service to others.” ~ Mollie Marti What is our purpose in life? That is a question that could be discussed for hours and is worthy of our attention. I pose it because I believe how we lead our personal lives has an appropriate bearing on who … more...


How To Conquer Your Fears

Fear will stop you dead in your tracks or make you run like hell. It’s supposed to do that. When you come face to face with a life threatening moment, like a fire in your house or a wild animal in your path, your fight or flight reaction kicks in; thank heavens for that. That’s what fear is designed … more...


The Impact of Poor Leadership on Burnout & Job Satisfaction

Burnout is a work-related process of chronic stress and disengagement and has been called the occupational hazard of the 21st century.  The formula for job burnout is simple:  too many job demands, too few job resources, and not enough recovery or time to re-charge your batteries.  Burnout impacts … more...


Women Have Always Been Great Leaders. Why Do We Need to Prove It?

Women have always been great leaders. We just don’t talk or hear about them. Sometimes I’ll read articles about why women should be leaders, as if we need an argument upon argument to support women’s leadership. I have noticed that some of these articles focus on stereotypes – women’s personality … more...