What is the conventional wisdom on problem solving in today’s work environment?
Small business owners spend countless hours working on their businesses.
Stress and negativity can lead to physical, mental, emotional and spiritual disaster.
I once served on a search committee where the candidate was asked, “What is the one thing you need the most from your peers?”
Do you ever lay awake at night tossing and turning – lamenting about a decision you have to make?
Ask any of your family members, friends or coworkers – have you had a terrible boss?
The Sisterhood of Success was alive and well at the University of Mary Washington’s Women’s Leadership Colloquium this past fall.
Many of us spend countless hours working at the job we were hired to do, only to continue the work once we get home.
If it’s December, it must be time for holiday parties.
Growing up, I absolutely loved to put three little “red hots” on my gingerbread men before I baked them. They were buttons, of course. One sat centered just between the others, simulating a perfect gingerbread man’s jacket or gingerbread lady’s dress. Now, “red hot buttons” have a whole new meaning. In the iPEC coaching world, […]