Give Yourself Permission

One of the things I’ve noticed in my years as a business leader – first as a senior executive for a large financial services organization and then as a coach, trainer, and teacher to entrepreneurs and executives—is that people often … Continue reading

A True American Hero

This past week, I had the pleasure of hearing LTC Ingrid Parker as she addressed the community of Women in Business within the Morris County Chamber of Commerce. She is the Garrison Commander at Picatinny Arsenal, the first female to … Continue reading

7 More – Key Leadership Abilities for the 21st Century

  In my last article, 7 Key Abilities of 21st Century Leaders, I described some of the abilities that I believe leaders should develop in themselves and others, in order to be effective now and in the future. In this … Continue reading

6 Things I Love About Millennials

As a baby boomer, I have to say that I get tired of my contemporaries describing the newest working generation as slackers, unwilling to pay their dues (mainly because it resonates with my own impatience when I first entered the … Continue reading

A True Level 5 Leader

Level 5 Leaders are rare.  Having worked with and observed thousands of leaders in my professional career, I’ve only worked for one and I’ve personally observed very few.  I had the pleasure of meeting one last week and hearing her … Continue reading