Tag Archives: Leadership

When Blind Spots Rule

Does this sound familiar to you: Several members of your managerial team make efforts to create a positive workplace and support their fellow team members beyond what is expected.  On this same team, you also have members who do not … Read more»

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Love Letters and Mirrors, Revisited

In January, 2014, I wrote a blog about how much my clients had influenced and inspired my writing of “Leading Valiantly in Healthcare”. The piece was entitled “The Love Letter and the Mirror”- the “love letter” was my frame for … Read more»

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What Does “No” Really Mean?

What do we do when we find ourselves engaging with an audience of “resisters”? Many leaders say they become resisters, too, essentially becoming resisters of the resisters.  They report that their emotions kick in right away, and visibly or invisibly, … Read more»

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The Power of Executive Presence

In my work as an executive coach, I have the privilege of working with some of health care’s finest and most effective nursing leaders and their teams. Whether they are at the helm of large organizations, or serving as managers … Read more»

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Ghosts of Leaders Past

Are ghosts just supernatural fantasies that live in our imaginations? When it comes to organizations, I think the answer is both yes and no. I’d say yes they are supernatural fantasy, but I’d say no to the suggestion that ghosts … Read more»

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