Ruth Bader Ginsburg – A Voice At The Table

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s recent passing sent off a plethora of highest regard for the legacy she left behind for getting women a voice at the table. Ruth was a sincere and devote champion for all women and stood firm in her convictions. So, I have dug into what made RBG such a trailblazer for women. And if you read her …

Do Not “Zoom” In On That!

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As we all know, the onset of COVID-19 has created a whole new “World of Work” with workers quickly moving to remote workspaces and video chat as our main method of communication. Without fair warning, we have all had to pivot pretty quickly to this new norm. Seemingly overnight we went from a schedule full of outside meetings to lockdown …

What The World Needs Now

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…is love, sweet love.  This song has been stuck in my head for the past two weeks. There is no doubt we are in unprecedented times. We’re scared. We’re at a loss on what to do. We’re unsure what will happen with our work, our homes. And the list goes on. I made a pact with a friend of mine …

A Professional Midlife Crisis – Employers Beware!

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Companies change as the years pass by and will invariably go through their different opportunities and challenges at various benchmarks within their lifespan. We see this clearly in our field of Executive Search. Within the tenure of the organization, we watch the lifecycle of challenges rotate between the need for process improvement (the need to upgrade and enhance processes, systems …

Dear Sharon – August 2019

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Q. Forgive me for being blunt, but I am unsure of any other way to state my challenge: Doesn’t anybody want to work anymore? A. It’s ok, I get the point. We get this question a lot, and unfortunately there is no magic bullet answer. There are indeed people who will work very hard. But there are a lot of cultural aspects …

Dear Sharon – July 2019

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Q. I know this may be a strange subject, but I am certain I am not alone. I am so frustrated by the number of meetings my company is having. I seriously think we meet to plan more meetings! It is making it impossible to keep up with my other tasks, so I’m having to stay late and come in early …

Overcoming The Fear Of Living A Magnanimous Life

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So, what does it really mean to live a magnanimous life?  If you look up the definition of the word magnanimous, it means bountiful and plentiful.  It also means kind.  So, by definition, it is the art of seeking a life that is bountiful, plentiful and kind.  Being truthful, isn’t this what we all search for? But living life this …

Dear Sharon – June 2019

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Q. Our business is super busy these days, but despite the good economy, we’ve had more than our fair share of unique challenges this year. In my opinion, as a long tenured leader, customer expectations has reached an unattainable performance level. It’s almost like they want something that doesn’t exist! While I understand giving great performance, it is to the point …

Dear Sharon – May 2019

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Q. I am a small business owner. I currently have eight people on my team, all of whom work very hard, day in and day out, to grow the firm. My challenge is this – my competitors, which are all considerably larger than I at this point (I’ve only been in business five years) are continuously stealing my people. They know …