As a speaker, I get to travel often and meet all kinds of inspiring people, and this past May was no exception. I had the absolute pleasure of addressing the New York University Abu Dhabi class of 2019 as their Commencement Speaker.
Our workforce is expected to be productive, focused, and driven amid so much disruption – whether it’s constant email alerts, high-stress presentations, or burnout from a never-ending workload.
Leadership comes in many forms. In this podcast with the John Maxwell Team, I share some lessons from great leaders in my life, along with some of my own hard-won wisdom through Olympic training, being “helpable,” and using failure as a stepping stone to success.
As a part of Disability Inclusion Month, I partnered with the National Organization on Disability to raise awareness about talent with disabilities.
In the summer of 2018, I led a Micro-Resilience and leadership workshop with a group of women who were tired of living a “normal” life and ready to embrace the extraordinary.
The New Year has officially begun. Like every other year, the moment we flip the calendar over to 2020 we vow to be an even better version of ourselves, and that includes our productivity at work and at home.
Social media is filled with people posting pictures of themselves in luxurious or exotic places, posing at their most flattering angle, and laughing with a gaggle of fabulous people. But we all know it ain’t so.
When we obsess about what might possibly happen in the future, our imaginations can easily push us off the edge and into deep waters.
In my work as a Fortune 500 leadership consultant, one of the key issues we address is inclusion — bringing out the best in everyone by making sure their ideas are heard, tapping into their unique talents/perspectives, and creating a sense of belonging.