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Catalytic Leadership

October 16, 2020 | Lisa Marie Main

Have you ever wondered how some leaders, who undoubtably have an overflowing workload, still find time and energy to enjoy life with family and friends or engage in their favorite hobby or sport? They typically are the same leaders whose people clamored to be on their team, consistently obtain profitable business results and have enviable […]

A Time for Truth and Beauty

July 30, 2020 | M. Carolyn Miller

I’m lucky to have a lot of sisters, most of which I am close to. But since moving to Portland, Oregon, they are not nearby nor are the friendships I’ve created over a lifetime. Sure, we can connect on Zoom but it’s not the same. It’s not physical and volumes are lost. Ann Patchett, author […]

What Does It Take to Lead in a Volatile World?

June 19, 2020 | Lisa Marie Main

We are living and working in a world that is constantly changing, unstable, reactionary and often divisive. Welcome to the  VUCA World. What does it take to lead in such tumultuous times?   Human beings are dynamic and messy, and we bring that complex diversity with us wherever we go, including the workplace. We are also filled […]

How to Strengthen the Family Team

May 21, 2020 | Wendy B. White

My kids were raised in a somewhat-unconventional household. When they came home from school, large sheets of flip chart paper would greet them, hung on all the walls in the living room. I was in the middle of it all, furiously typing notes from the previous day’s event, or meeting with coworkers around the dining […]

The Mother of All Leadership Challenges

May 10, 2020 | Lisa Marie Main

Recently, I was facilitating a client video conference on Zoom. The speaker, a young woman charged with leading an organizational initiative, began to outline her project update. As she did, serious and focused on the audience, her toddler, dressed in blue pajamas with brown curly hair, climbed a wooden cabinet in the background. I gasped, […]