Yesterday I got "stood up" by a company that set a phone interview with me for 10:20-10:40 in the morning. The company shall remain unnamed for now. It was an interview for a part-time position that I was excited to do, a role where I would be teaching and coaching people on new technology, helping … Continue reading On not taking things personally
This week's Saturday Share goes to the blog at Elizabeth Dickinson's website, Pursue Your Path. Full disclosure. I have already read Elizabeth's recently released book, The Concise Coaching Handbook: How to Coach Yourself and Others to Get Business Results. I posted my review on Amazon if you are interested in the topic, well worth the … Continue reading Saturday Share – Pursue Your Path
For the last couple of days I had the privilege to observe a "culture transformation" facilitation 2-day session with a colleague who is a professional consultant. It was an intense but productive couple of days. In my usual fashion, I am still processing internally the lessons I observed about the group and about myself. This … Continue reading Leaning into discomfort
Hi Readers, I received some excellent feedback from a few people who received my draft consulting values "manifesto" so this is actually a revised version of the draft. Thank you to all who commented on the Core Values write-up I posted on Friday. I am refining that as I go to hone in on those … Continue reading Values mini-manifesto
On Thursday I met a colleague for coffee who I have not seen in a while. We have traveled together in Colombia and Chile, and she has been a trusted confidante. She was eager to hear about my next gig. I have been refining my "elevator speech" for my network in the company that are … Continue reading The elevator speech
When you start your work day or your work week, do you ever ask yourself: What makes the most sense? It may be a good way to clarify your objective in any given moment or hour of the day. Do you ever consider what time of the day you work best? (I am going to … Continue reading What makes the most sense?