Nothing grows without support.
My coaching practice focuses on building a foundation within your career. That foundation can provide the stability that leads to so many great outcomes — engagement with your work, creativity & productivity. (You can read more about stability at The Harvard Business Review.) My formula gets to the heart of things. To the elements that must be present for both people & teams to thrive at work. I focus on the foundation of the work. The secret sauce. The launching pad for fulfillment, productivity & success.
Empowered work includes the right lens & a space for self-reflection.
Withering on the vine is not a work life strategy. Taking action is the only way to create a work life that engages. My researched-backed system helps individual contributors & teams get there.
Ready to Start? Apply for a 1.5 Hour Strategy Session here.
I’ve worked with individuals & teams representing the auto, education, technology, hotel & non-profit sectors, where I have helped contributors face obstacles and help them get unstuck. I am a charter member of LinkedIn Influencer program, where I’ve built a following of 2+ Million. My perspectives on work life have also been shared at The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Talent Zoo, US News & World Report, The Huffington Post, The Muse and The World Economic Forum blog.
I hold a B.S. in Psychology from Michigan State University and a Ph.D. in Industrial & Organizational Psychology with a minor concentration in multivariate statistics from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.
If you feel that your work life could be better, but you are unsure about where to begin — start at the foundation. The Core. Start with yourself.
Themes we will explore in a Strategy Session:
- Your Personal Work Life Commandments: What matters most to you? Have you respected your core?
- Productivity: What habits & mindsets can support our work?
- Supporting Your Worklife Core: How can you measure & bolster your psychological resources?
- Managing Ourselves: How can we address the obstacles in our way?
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