Learning to Lead from a Distance

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National Book Month Did you know that October is National Book Month? I love books, and as you all know, I love Caring Leadership. It is my passion. So much so that I even wrote a book on it: The Art … Read More

How to Retain Employees in The Great Resignation

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Our mission statement about treating people with respect and dignity is not just words but a creed we live by every day. You can’t expect your employees to exceed the expectations of your customers if you don’t exceed the employees’ … Read More

Inclusion: Navigating the Boys Club at Work

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How to Reveal Exclusivity Peacefully In this post, I want to get a little more specific on the inclusion issue and complexity. I recently spoke to a client of mine, and we started discussing the standard “boys club” that is … Read More

Three Steps to an Inclusive Organization

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Creating an Inclusive Organization How can an organization really tell if it’s inclusive? There are diversity metrics it can track. But, there is a difference between diversity and inclusion that I’ve touched on before, and I’ll mention it again here.  … Read More

The Pandemic’s Effect on the Whole Person and the Whole Organization

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This week I want to dive into the pandemic’s effect on organizations. Maybe you’re rolling your eyes thinking, “oh boy, we’ve heard this before,” but I promise you a new perspective. The pandemic has had a vast and powerful impact … Read More

The #1 Reason to Lead the Whole Person

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While many of you were enjoying Valentine’s Day with your special someone, I decided to join 1100 middle school students at a youth retreat in the Colorado mountains. I’m still a little upset that I didn’t get chocolate, flowers and … Read More