Earlier this year, I started working with Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe on a series of white papers to help individuals build the capacity for resilience. In the first paper, Everyday Resilience, she reminds readers that we can do hard things and still feel okay. She...
In a recent conversation, a client mentioned that she is thinking a lot about the technology needed to take her organization to the next level. She’s not alone.
A couple of weeks ago, I attended my third Small & Mighty Summit—an event designed to engage small business leaders in discussions about emerging trends and business issues. This session, hosted by Mike Eppel, Senior Business Editor at 680 News, focused on digital technology and AI.
The way you communicate at the start of a change initiative will either build or break trust and can have a significant impact on stakeholder engagement, contribution, and collaboration throughout the process.
was recently with a group of friends who were lamenting the many change initiatives they have gone through of late. As the only communications professional in the room, I asked how they were informed about these initiatives.
Last week, I was asked to participate in the CEO Health + Safety Leadership Network Roundtable on mental health in the workplace. It was a sold out event.