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Are you a “giver” or a “taker”?

One of the topics we spend a bit of time on in my coaching process is helping people to understand whether or not they are characterized by being a “giver” or “taker”.  Likely as you read these words, many... Read More »

Partnership Announcement

If you’ve been following my social media feed over the past month, you likely have seen a bit of buzz around a couple new partnerships forming.  Many of you have already expressed your congratulations which is much appreciated.  Others... Read More »

What should I “Start, Stop, Continue” doing?

Whether you’re steering a corporate empire, managing a small business, or nurturing personal relationships, the transformative tool of “Start, Stop, Continue” holds the key to unlocking untapped potential. Yet, many shy away from these fundamental questions: “What should I... Read More »

“I’ve been working in manufacturing since ‘kindergarten'”

Yesterday, we had a wonderful Arnold family gathering.  Between my nephew’s graduation, sister’s anniversaries, Mother’s Day, and my 47th birthday, we had plenty to celebrate.  One of the fun things about getting together as an entire family is sharing... Read More »

“what are the benefits of having an outsider like me…”

As one might expect, I often get into questions as the what are the benefits of having an outsider like me come into an organization.  Today, I thought I’d share a few of my typical responses to these questions.... Read More »

What’s the health of your team?

 What’s the health of your team? You’ve just begun a process to truly understand! I work with leaders and their teams to assess the current situation, open up lines of communication, and align teams toward a common vision. My assessment... Read More »

Are you in a habit of meeting together?

Recently, I found myself in dialog with a couple individuals who are part of an investment holding group who places a heavy emphasis on culture and leadership development.  As you might imagine with their being a part of an... Read More »

The Anatomy of Trust

Spend anytime reflecting upon characteristics of healthy cultures and healthy relationships, inevitably the characteristic of “trust” comes to mind.  Most leaders understand that “trust” is absolutely critical for relationships to work.  In fact, taking it a step forward, here is a... Read More »

“When Work & Family Collide”

I’m reading a great book by Andy Stanley, When Work & Family Collide.  In it, Stanley describes a tension most wrestle with regularly.  The tension between whether one “cheat’s their job or cheat’s their family”.  While one may think... Read More »

I’m torn when it comes to accepting followers on social media!

Now having over 7 years experience with social media, I’m beginning to become torn when it comes to accepting followers on social media.  Starting out in the early days with Twitter and Facebook, I took more of an open... Read More »
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