Thanks to my clients, I get to travel the world. I’ve learned to stop and look around and bring my iPhone with me. I’ve compiled a fair amount of things I’ve thought along the way into a newsletter. If the website has a home-spun feel, I’ve taken nearly all photos and usually don’t have my “real” camera with me.
Human-Centered, Real Time Leadership
How do we become the best leader we can be? How do we help others to rise to their best performance? The answer is in what we call Three-Dimensional Leadership.
HBR: Contempt Attack
It can come out of nowhere — a contempt attack. Like a panic attack, it arises suddenly and takes over completely.
Inc. – The Question That Can Change Your Life
Who do you want to be, Right Now? That’s the question that changed 2020 for me. I ask it of myself multiple times a day. It really can change your life.
Forbes: Patricof Co Career Development Services
Forbes recently wrote an article on Patricof Co Career Development services and I was honored to be highlighted, along with David Noble. We’ve been working with great
COVID Research: A Look at the Science
I recently heard about some very sobering statistics on the emotional toll of COVID. I was shocked at the statistics and realize I should share these with
Resilience Under Fire
We are now living and leading in an invisible firestorm that surrounds us. Some of us have been socially distanced or isolated and are fairly protected. Others
So Why Was I Stunned When It Bit Me
The storm had moved out to sea and the shoreline on the eastern Cape of South Africa boasted the largest waves in years. We almost missed the
What if we should have an elephant in the room?
We all know an elephant in the room is bad, right? But there are many kinds of elephants. This one is an old bull who ambled up
Empathy is not looking in the mirror
You’re not being empathic if you’re just looking in a mirror. I’m sitting with my husband on a remote Greek Island. The water lapping at our feet,
Meeting the undead in Toraja: an unexpected lesson
In the coaching and leadership world, where our organizations are global, we try to be culturally competent. But are we? Do we see past ourselves? I walk
Some snippets and musings from my journeys around the globe and from my everyday life as an executive leadership coach. You’ll find notable things to think about that could help launch something extraordinary in your own life.
All of these snippets were originally published on Linkedin.