Believing In You

Professional Ahead of the Personal

One of the best pieces of professional advice I ever received was from a supervisor early on in my career who reminded me to “never put your personal feelings ahead of what is best for your organization. If you always …

Standing Alone

A friend recently shared this image with me. I think I was drawn to it not only because I am a dog person. In fact, I am a Shepard dog person. The message in this image, brought to the surface …

Speak the Truth

A friend recently sent this gif to me, and it immediately struck a chord.  I have been thinking a great deal about how we, as leaders and managers, communicate with our teammates and colleagues.

I think it’s easy for all …

Keepin’ It Real

In my opinion, there are two key hallmarks of successful leaders: they are both authentic and vulnerable. They are willing to be themselves, make mistakes, admit when they don’t know the answer and to work with their team to find …

Start with yourself: A 6-item personal inventory for leaders

By: John Couris

Becker’s Hospital Review

“What my work building and leading teams has taught me above all else is that the first step in defining a culture is to start with yourself.” 

 

Many industry leaders would argue that …

True Grit

“I’ve always made a total effort, even when the odds seemed entirely against me. I never quit trying; I never felt that I didn’t have a chance to win.” – Arnold Palmer

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about grit …