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This post is sponsored by Lexington Law. A little over two years ago, I made the big leap and took my side hustle full time. I honestly never thought of myself as a risk taker or someone who would own their own business. But knew that I wanted something more than my...read more
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3 Ways to increase engagement as a manager Get to know your employees. Walk around the office and have conversations with your team. Check out their desk and see what pictures they have displayed and them questions based on what you see. "Did you get a new dog?...read more
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3 ways to enhance creativity in your workforce It can be difficult to be creative especially if we aren't given the space and the capacity to think in the way we uniquely do. Take brain breaks. This isn't just for kids in school! Our brains need some time to regroup...read more
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Many times employees are afraid to share information because they’re fearful of losing their jobs or being stuck on a project they aren’t interested in. Here’s how to empower them to share information.read more
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I work directly with organizations and their leaders to bridge communication barriers between teams, generations, geography, and job functions; providing my clients with a strategic communication plan. I use my certifications (StrengthsFinder, MBTI and Strong Interest Inventory) across industries including: broadcasting, medical, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, industrial, education and government.
I have had the opportunity to work with non-profits to Fortune 500 companies and get to the bottom of pain points with employees (entry level to senior executives). I do this by providing a space for them to come together and learn from one another. It’s during these training sessions and speaking engagements that I continue to bring to light that employees of all levels and backgrounds are looking to do good work, develop within their roles, and enhance the organization’s mission. I provide strategies to communicate their needs, wants, and expectations in ways that each individual can understand and implement.
My expertise has been featured in media outlets such as Forbes, CNN, ABC, CBS, NPR, Moneyish and more. I come to every training and speaking engagement with an upbeat personality and true passion for wanting the audience and their organizations to get to the next level. But don’t take it from me, my clients experiences of our work together, truly says it all.