Month: December 2019

Is It Okay to Honk Your Own Horn?

During a recent leadership workshop abroad, a young participant asked, “is it okay to tell others the good things I do?” In my response, I deferred to the sage advice from my Grandma Goldie: “If you don’t honk your own horn, don’t expect someone else to do it for you. Just don’t lay on it.” …

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How Leaders Achieve Greatness In Others

Often times young professionals ask me for leadership advice on how to succeed. People who promote cohesive environments develop a deep sense of belonging with team members aspire value by aligning the members’ purpose and passion and encourage success through personal and professional commitments.  My advice for leader success is simple: Be teachable, humble and …

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Is Leadership a Laughing Matter?

Contemporary-thinking leaders within successful organizations around the globe have learned the importance of laughter in the workplace. One of my first consulting assignments for clients is to have leaders assess the type of and amount of humor within their four walls. Why? Because the presence of laughter is an audible sign of a healthy Cohesion …

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