Get Flexible! Winning the Changing Game of Work/Life Equity

Your access to communications, both work and personal, is increasingly easy, carried with you, and psychologically demanding.  If you are connected to wifi or broadband (and when aren’t you?), you have the ability to work. And if you have the ability, it can be...

True Grit: Resilience in Times of Change

In business, it sometimes seems that change is the only constant.   Companies evolve in ever-changing competitive markets. Organizational structures shift based on competitive positioning or to improve financial results.   The resulting reorganizations, restructures,...

Are You a New Boss? How Good Leaders Manage Tough Conversations

As a new supervisor, you understand that supervising employees brings the responsibility of leading strategy and directing priorities.  What you may underestimate, however, is the challenge that comes with addressing an employee’s poor performance. The anxiety of...

Working With Difficult Colleagues – Strategies to Stay Sane

The mental load of working with difficult personalities can be exhausting. A great project can be subverted by a naysayer or your intentions undermined by a cynic. Maybe you find yourself stuck in a conversation with the office complainer, your blood pressure rising...

4 Tips to Stay Relevant in Your Job

In today’s ever-changing market, companies have no choice but to evolve. In times of change, employers rely on forward-thinking, solution-focused employees. Those who contribute to their organization beyond the job description are considered value added employees....

Work/Life Balance Out of Whack? – Try The Power of Intention

What does “Work/Life balance” mean to you? Tricky question, right? You know when you are not in balance.  You sense when your most important needs and values are starved, and you crave the opportunity to meet those needs, and express those values. The overworked...