Did your parents or teachers teach you not to talk to strangers? Many of the instructions meant to keep us safe as children don’t always translate to good advice when we are adults. For the past four months, the same concerns seem to arise. In almost every presentation and coaching
Wow. It has been a month since we wrapped up last year. Now that we are at the end of January, what planning have you done for 2022? Ask yourself: – What breakthroughs do I want to experience this year? – What do I want to jettison or leave behind from the past? Planning
I’ve missed you. It has been a while since I’ve written. How are you *really* dealing with everything? Have you reflected on the past year – what worked and what didn’t? In the past week, I have conducted a retreat for one of my favorite clients and two strategy sessions
How did you do this year? How well did you negotiate staying at home, social distancing, health issues, politics, travel restrictions, and economic concerns? What happened when you couldn’t meet at work, school, at a place of worship, at gyms, or at events? How well did you control the uncontrollable?
Losing a job is scary. I know. My first legal job ended during my first year of practice. Negotiating unemployment in a down economy was a change that I did not anticipate or want. Like so many, my job loss was devastating and scary. Last month, I presented How to
A member of one of my negotiation and leadership programs reached out to me this week with a great question about dealing with her young child. Several people know I negotiated a career and a family, but not many know I’ve worked out of my home for the past 20
WOWZA! I had a bad Wednesday last week. Then, my husband’s work computer stopped working on Friday. On Sunday, my new computer decided it had “a problem” and shut down. Unfortunately, the shutdown occurred during a webinar with 100+ participants while I was presenting the program. Know what else? I’ve been fed up, frustrated,
Watch the recording of the webinar/discussion we had with Randy Pennington or the Pennington Performance Group about ways to stop the virtual meeting madness, especially during a time when virtual meetings have exploded because of the number of companies working remotely.