3 Vital Skills for Leaders During Times of Change

Change. “To make different in some particular.” (Merriam-Webster). Most companies have to address corporate change in some regard. Globally, most of us have experienced change, some significant in the past 12 months. Well, 13 but who is counting! Much of this has changed the trajectory of many business models and shifted the way many ofContinue reading “3 Vital Skills for Leaders During Times of Change”

Replay: Webinar: Culture Club or Culture Clash? 3 Practices that Maintain Company Culture Through Change

Company culture can make or break how consumers and employees view an organization. Many companies have had to address corporate change, but only half of companies surveyed said that their company did a good job at addressing change with employees (td.org, 2020). This webinar and discussion with participants discusses: Global changes over the last 12-monthsContinue reading “Replay: Webinar: Culture Club or Culture Clash? 3 Practices that Maintain Company Culture Through Change”

SPECIAL BLOG : Unconscious Bias Interview with FranklinCovey

Last week, I had the opportunity to interview Pamela Fuller with FranklinCovey. Pamela is a thought leader on Unconscious Bias and the Author of The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias. This interview was a part of a series for the Association for Talent Development, New Mexico (ATDNM) a group that I am actively involved in.Continue reading “SPECIAL BLOG : Unconscious Bias Interview with FranklinCovey”

Is Learning to “Communicate Effectively”​ as Easy as it Sounds?

communication [ kuh-myoo-ni-key-shuhn ] Noun the act or process of communicating; fact of being communicated. the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs… (dictionary.com, 2020).  I’m not in the minority when I say that at times, I am a bad communicator. We are humans. Our desire to be heard isContinue reading “Is Learning to “Communicate Effectively”​ as Easy as it Sounds?”