I’ve been fighting my way of out disempowerment for most of my life. And every time a female client I work with comes to me about anything, it’s always, fundamentally, her relationship with herself.
I made my first attempt at a Tedx event application… This is the beginning of a longer-term game plan to get my coaching work out to a larger audience, and the application reads as the mission of that work…
“Do we always have to be leaders? When is it okay to take a break/brake along our career path, humbly doing something less than what we are capable of and enjoy a slightly easier life once in awhile?”
No amount of business or life advice has saved me from the harder, deeper, more nebulous and internal work of knowing I am more than enough.
There’s lots of talk about purpose these days in leadership and organizational development circles. This video blog talks about purpose within an organization, and the deeper call of our dreams.
Explore conventional and unconventional approaches to success, and how to filter out the “noise” to define success on your own terms.
Find out why it’s challenging for women to be assertive (it might not be quite what you think) and what to do to change it.
This video blog discusses a dominant archetype that interferes with women’s goal-attainment: the martyr. Self-honouring and intuition practices are offered as an empowering alternative to enable success.
An uncomfortable and “swept under the rug” topic, this video blog brings to light why it’s so important to open up and release the shame that professional women feel, so they are free to realize their visions.
There is a time and place for sacrifice, and humility is a beautiful thing. However, this particular longing to be good undermines women’s access to power in our culture.