America’s Birthday: How many are left? That’s up to us
Watch the replay. We had a valuable discussion on Improving Access to Resources and Opportunity.
Find It Hard to Break Bad Habits or Form Good Ones? Check Your Self-Talk!
The inner critic… do we all have one? No, but the vast majority of us do. The real question is, what is it saying? Are you consciously aware of it? What decisions does it make for you? My first professional coach called the inner critic a gremlin. She was a great help in helping me […]
CYA Culture is Killing Competitiveness, Progress, and Engagement in Corporate America
Here’s how you can create ripples of change in the current corporate paradigm.
New Questions for Workplaces in 2020
Soon, we’ll be entering into a new decade along with welcoming a new generation into the workforce. This begs the question: What are your hopes for the workplace in 2020?
A Day in the Life of You, Average 2019 American Worker / By Karen Huller / Labor Day 2019
This morning, after a long weekend, You fight traffic Dodging rushing drivers To not get docked or dinged For being late or seeming like You can’t be reliable. Another disgruntled shooter Showed up at work this weekend. You wonder about the people You were relieved to see go. Are they really gone? Not […]
We Are In Big Trouble If Leaders Don’t Start Doing This
How do we shift from a world where rampant mental illness pushes people to the limits of their humanity to a world where we take good care of one another? Could it be as simple as breathing?? Letting go? Healing? Processing? Allowing? Surrendering? Choosing happiness? Self-reflection may be simple, but it’s not easy. I cherish […]
“Can You Teach an Adult Compassion?”
This was a question posed by a friend on mine on Facebook. Some were under the impression that you can’t. My answer: “You can develop emotional intelligence through mindfulness techniques, but that would have to be voluntary. ‘I tried to find a video I saw (I thought it was Samantha Bee) where they brought global […]