Category Archives: Personal Professionality

Be Seen, Be Heard: How to Stand Out From the Crowd in Today’s Noisy Marketplace

Colby Jones June 22, 2020 In an age where audiences face information fatigue and consumers are more skeptical than ever of companies and individuals who self-promote, the traditional advertising strategies just don’t get the job done anymore. Instead, consumers are moved by thought leadership, where business leaders provide genuine value to consumers without even the … Continue reading Be Seen, Be Heard: How to Stand Out From the Crowd in Today’s Noisy Marketplace

Everyone’s Unique. If You Want Results, Treat Them That Way

Liz Kislik — September 12, 2019 Follow @lizkislik — September 12, 2019 “How do you actually work with the people you coach?” asked a senior human resources officer and prospective client. I explained a variety of scenarios based on my current roster of clients. “Everyone is different,” I answered. “People need personally tailored support to … Continue reading Everyone’s Unique. If You Want Results, Treat Them That Way

What Nature Teaches Us About Perfect Imperfection

Dr. Kathleen Allen — August 14, 2019 Follow @LeadingRoots — August 14, 2019 Perfection really isn’t perfect anymore I used to consider perfection the pinnacle of professional competency. It was not only desirable but I believed it to be achievable as well. In all the years I spent chasing perfection I never stopped to question … Continue reading What Nature Teaches Us About Perfect Imperfection