Learning from Mistakes

Published on January 10, 2014 at 4:37 am

A long time ago, Stanley Ashe had the good sense to hire me as the first human resources director of his distribution company. We shared a spirited relationship but he had one strange practice: He wanted me to tell him about my mistakes. He wouldn’t allow me to leave on Fridays until I disclosed a laundry list mistakes made that ... View Article »

Are you in a rut? You are not alone…

Published on January 2, 2014 at 4:08 pm

Three Good Things A Best Practice that improves your outlook Are you in rut? You are not alone if you’ve been experiencing some tough days. It is not uncommon to experience a bit of an emotional slump while going though normal life transitions such as: graduating college, moving, ending a relationship, changing jobs, launching a life, emptying the nest or ... View Article »

Listening for your Voice of Vocation

Published on January 1, 2014 at 1:15 pm

  I used to think that people hire me for career advice but the more I listen, the more I realize it’s neither my knowledge nor insights that clients value most. Typically, I  coach clients through career decisions, or to be more effective managers, or to learn about interviewing and networking strategies, or to explore employment options, or to discover ... View Article »