What is your purpose? When you find it put some actions behind it and build meaningful goals to support it.Read More
While love isn’t a popular word in business environments perhaps it should be. Perhaps love is really the missing element that’s holding back our workplaces from being more engaged.Read More
Exploring our shadow can lead to greater authenticity, creativity, energy, and personal awakening.
What are the talents hidden behind your shadows?Read More
An executive reputation otherwise called brand is forged by standing for something. It is built over time not only for mere profits but to serve our audience. Branding has value for ourselves and others only if it takes us where we want to go. It has nothing to do with a job title. It isn’t just what we do but also how we do it, for whom we do it and especially why we do it.Read More
Walking the path to ReNEW Business requires us to first accept our humanity then to innovate humanity! If time is the substance we are made of - Borges - poetry is the transformative power of the substance we are made of. I invite you all to attend your own humanity and expand it through poetry as an act of self-leadership.Read More
There is a substantial difference between Integration and Inclusion. What are you trying to advance in the workplace? Learn in this video how to create a more inclusive environment.Read More
Telling tales is more than simple entertaining. Stories are the primary way humans learn about the world because we’re social creatures. Stories make us think, make us feel. They help us remember ideas and concepts.Read More
Taking responsibility for our part in a way that frees us from feeling a victim. When we feel as the victims of circumstances we actually diminish our personal power.Read More
The identity of a thriving business that wants to bring transformation and not only offer transactions is made out of a strong value system. The more we separate from our values the more we separate from the world around us.
What is "sexist" language? I often ask to myself. If we look at language as the medium through which we conduct all relationships, we see clearly that it bears the precise imprint of our cultural attitudes. The history of language, then, is like a fossil record of how those attitudes have evolved, or not evolved.Read More