I was recently speaking with a few people about some hard circumstances they were facing. After they shared some details about their situation, they asked me, “What advice might you … Continue reading Short Term Steps, Long Term Vision
Allow me to get a little “deep” and empathize what I feel could be occurring not only for you, but many of us who are in work and leadership (including myself). … Continue reading Essential Ideas to Survive & Thrive: This Has Never Been Done Before
How are you supposed to navigate and lead your team during this crisis? Your work is already filled with making lots of small and impactful decisions. But the added layer … Continue reading Essential Leadership: Strong Backs, Open Hearts
I’ve been curious about what might be helpful for us during this pandemic. None of us have ever experienced anything like this before so we’re all on the same playing … Continue reading Curiosity is Essential to Survival
Are you having more misunderstandings or disagreements with family or co-workers during this time of sheltering-in-home or because of changes to your workplace? You are not alone. BigFoot is … Continue reading Healthy Communication at Home or Work: What do I say?… How do I say it?
Working from home has it’s own standards, don’t you agree?
by Kindra Green Carson I would love to tell you something pretty, simple, and tender. However, these times are pretty brutal, complicated, and hard. I will not patronize you. What … Continue reading Hope Makes a Difference
There are four words starting with the letter C that remind me of what’s important in the workplace: character competency chemistry culture Most employees focus on competency. This important because … Continue reading The Four C’s
I read a great story the other day about Tony Dungy, former coach of the Indianapolis Colts. He stepped into an organizational that was fraught with losing seasons. He was … Continue reading Blaming Won’t Get You Results
Most companies don’t have a corporate chaplaincy program. I wish they did. I could employ some great leaders to help care for employees. Much of our work is to ask … Continue reading The Business of Becoming
When I first met Mary, she was wearing her work uniform and had a small broom with dust pan in hand. As I approached her to introduce myself, Mary’s face … Continue reading Dignifying People and their Stories
An executive recently reached out and shared how big their workload is, which affects their work and life balance. Between managing projects and managing the staff, I imagine she feels … Continue reading Execs Balancing Work and Life