Are You Using the Right “F” Word?

As the connection between neuroscience and leadership (and overall performance) becomes more evident, the conversations about the amygdala and Fight, Flight or Freeze responses become more ubiquitous. “Frenzy” is another […]

Begin at the Beginning

My Great-Full Life blog won’t always take a chronological approach, but for the inaugural post in this series, it simply wouldn’t be right to acknowledge anyone before my parents.  They […]

My Great-Full Life

Well over a decade ago, when I was facilitating a leadership program in Munich, an organizational psychologist joined us as a guest speaker. She shared her research on the effects […]

“Nice” is a Leadership Competency

Over the last year, I’ve faced a health issue that has been a challenge for me to accept and reconcile. Recently, it resulted in me falling to the ground at […]

What’s the Worst That Can Happen?

Eons ago in a college sociology class, the professor shared a study about what people fear most. I found the discussion illuminating at the time and still relevant today, so […]

Every Woman Has a Harvey Story

When I was a high school graduate, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my future. For a variety of reasons, I initially bypassed college and instead […]

What Are You Speaking For?

In follow-up to last month’s blog on Listening For, this post is focused on a practice area called Speaking For. Beautiful in its simplicity, you only need answer the question: […]

What Are You Listening For?

Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed that listening skills are in a serious deficit? Hello? Is this thing on? But seriously, folks … This was acutely evident […]

Personal Evolution v. New Year’s Resolutions

There’s a familiar topic in the media this time of year that usually sounds something like: “XX% of New Year’s Resolutions Broken by the End of January!” Whatever the failure […]