Have you ever had the wind knocked out of you with devastating news? How did you recover? This is the third part of Normand Dubreuil's story outlining his battle with stage IV lung cancer.
Last year when we were getting our southeast-side deck ready for summer, we decided to ask Zach of Cape Landscapes to build us a rock wall and it really turned out to be the best thing we could have invested in.
This spring more than many in years past, I am finding joy.
Some people have natural leadership ability and others can develop that ability with the right attitude and effort.
My recent trip reminded me of the many roads and wrong turns that we've all experienced on our professional journeys.
Have you ever had the wind knocked out of you with devastating news? How did you recover? Here is my story.
Sometimes we are so involved in doing the work we forget to look ahead and anticipate the next hope or challenge.
Jodi Flynn shares tips on how to get excited about our jobs again when the honeymoon is over.
In our extrovert-centered world, those of us who are introverted are often misunderstood and uninterested in high-level leadership opportunities that require constant interaction.
Many people see their jobs as simply a means to an end. The amount of time I am taken aside and asked if I could help them look at career options is higher than you may think.
There have been lots of discussions about giving (and not giving) feedback. For some of us, it's relatively easy to just say what needs to be said. For more of us, there's a certain amount of fear about just saying what needs to be said.
Book review of Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In: I'd read and the interviews that I'd seen left me with the impression that Sanberg's views on professional women and the leadership ambition gap were fairly elitist and not remotely valid for most working women. A
Here is a little quiz for you to take to test the organizations culture in your company. Organizational culture test.
There are people who are starting to debate what the newest generational name should be called. This is more of a debate around work ethic and motivation.
Executive coaching can make the difference between filling a leadership chair and being a leader.