From a client, when asked to describe the benefit to her of of our work together: "I have a better understanding of not only how I approach my work environment, home and friends, but I've learned how to engage others on their level to empower them to participate in a mutually beneficial way." LOVE THIS!
Last night, I turned my horses out in the smaller of my fields so I could grab them before an anticipated big storm rolled through. So, how does this relate to business? Well, environmental scanning is important on a daily basis when taking care of my horses, and my business. Are you paying attention to internal and external threats so you can pivot successfully? I'm here to help. #whereROIlives
"The others, they were 'outside, looking in' and pushing their views on me. You are inside, looking out, and helping me grow to develop my leadership abilities." This is why I love my clients, and why vantage points matter. Are you working with someone who understands different points of view, can guide and develop you, and knows what works?
How does a lesson with my young horse and an Olympic rider relate to business? It's always, always, always about ensuring a deep mastery of the basics. If your leader/team development is on a solid foundation, you will be prepared for anything that comes your way. If you skip that development in a rush to grow, you are not going to reach and sustain the highest level of excellence.
What's the difference between development and training? Training is generally more short term goal-oriented, and tends to be focused on learning processes. Development is a longer arc, more strategic than tactical, and focused on building competencies . Where are you spending your $$$?
Fear and anxiety are the result of the brain's negativity bias. Hey, millions of years ago avoiding the stick that might kill you was way more important than reaching for the carrot. That negativity is ancient, but you can learn how to cognitively manage it to reach your goals. Ready to start?
Some 150 CEOs have created an initiative to increase the discussion of diversity and inclusion. It's great to think that the wave is cresting, and change is on the way. However, we know that despite $$$ being spent already on D+I training, the needle hasn't moved very much. Want to learn how to really achieve the desired change? I can help you measure where you are, identify your desired, future state, and develop a plan that gets you there.
A woodsman was asked, "What would you do if you had just five minutes to chop down a tree?” The woodsman answered, “I would spend the first two and a half minutes sharpening my axe.” What are you doing to get the job done? Our clients are sharpening their tools and getting ready to get to work on that tree!