Blog – Leadership Arts Associates

Trust Your Gut: It’s Your Intuitive Guidance

When it comes to the world of business, logic is a must. We can’t make decisions strictly off of feelings, we need facts, data, and spreadsheets. But I guess my question to you is, why can’t we make decisions off of feelings? Sure, I get it, it’s massively uncomfortable. The amount of risk seems daunting […]

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5 Ways to Respond to Stress with Yin

For most, work and stress go hand in hand. Stress itself is not bad. Stress in extreme doses on a consistent basis is when the problems begin. And since stress is commonly directly tied to our work, we compensate by taking care of ourselves less and tell ourselves to just push through. Resulting in a […]

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The Top Five Benefits of Coaching

Three years ago when I decided to start my consulting business, I realized that I would need someone else to help guide me in that process. That’s why I looked for a coach. You may find yourself in a major life transition and partnering with a coach will be a way to help you navigate […]

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Five Reasons To Keep Your Resume Up-To-Date

There was a time when it was common for people’s resume to only be reviewed and updated when they were actually searching for a new job. However, nowadays there’s a lot of other uses for the resume and we’ve identified that it’s much easier to have good and accurate information on the resume if you’re […]

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To Move Forward Something Must Die

See a subject that resurfaces time and time again with my clients is relationships. This has only increased after I shared a very vulnerable story about how my marriage almost ended in my first book, From Heart to HRart. Relationships are hard, whether it’s with family, friends, co-worker or your significant other. Being vulnerable and providing permission to others to be so close and intimate is also putting ourselves at risk for the most amount of pain.

The number one question that is asked of me in regards to my marriage and how it is stronger today more than ever is, what did you do?

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Three Vision Fest Takeaways

For four years now, we have been coming together to create Vision Boards with new found clarity about our year to come. It is hands down my favorite event that we host at Leadership Arts. As with all of our programming, I am always constantly re-evaluating to ensure that we deliver the absolute best! As a result, Vision Fest has had quite an evolution and after experiencing this year’s Vision Fest I had a few takeaways that I would like to implement for next year. As my fellow Visionaries, I’d like to share these takeaways with you first…

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2018 Year in Review

Instagram has a #tradition of reviewing the year by sharing nine images. Curating my nine images served as the starting point to my reflective practice and despite the fact that I did manage to select nine images, I came to the realization that there were many more moments that deserved acknowledgment.

So here is my year in review and my most significant 18 moments of 2018.

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Thanksgiving Cookies (yes it’s a thing)

Thanksgiving is this week and it definitely seems to have shown up out of nowhere.  But last week was my son’s Thanksgiving party at school and I signed up to bring a dessert.  I stumbled on a turkey cookie image and thought these will be cool to make.

So I embarked on a mission to create these turkey cookies.  

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I can fire you if I want to!

As a general rule, employees are at-will, absent a contract, and may be terminated at any time, for any reason or for no reason.  Conversely, though, an at-will employee may resign at any time (with no notice) and for any reason.

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Balance and a 3 year old

As a Human Resources professional, I preach a lot about the balance of work and life.  The question I sometimes get is “Well how do you do it?”. I take great pride in my ability to be able to really balance my focus on the multiple hats that I wear.  I know that in order to thrive in the roles, they each need to have their time to be a priority.

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