My Best Self

Most of the organizations I work with deeply care about their employees well-being. When Lancaster Leadership comes in to do a culture-building session that targets the resilience and peace of …


My Mentors

One of the values I learned growing up was to be an avid learner. My parents were always involved in something. These days they are learning bridge, pickleball, ukelele, having …


Each summer, I make a commitment to recharge. I commonly encourage my clients to recharge. And perhaps taking a vacation seems like one of the easiest things to do. But …


Happy accident or serendipity or synchronicity? Time and time again in my life, once I set an intention, a path arises. A leadership academy participant once said, “the universe is …


MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH EFFICIENCY: A ROAD TO RECOVERY (and perhaps yours too) (first posted 4/30/13 on www.collegeamerica.edu). 3 CONFESSIONS 1: Once, when negotiating with a boss of mine, I …


For Lancaster Leadership facilitators, these are the necessary guidelines for teaching. They are useful for anyone teaching or facilitating a group of adults in a presentation or meeting.  Start with …


In the beginning of each Leadership Academy, I ask every participant to do a self- assessment about their strengths and areas for growth. One area of growth consistently rises to …


COVID & Cancer

To know me, you know that I typically am all in.  Sometimes too fast, too energetic, too driven. I need the lessons of pacing, taking a back seat, and “good …


Preserving and maintaining one of the wonders of the world is no small feat. Grand Canyon National Park (GCRA) provides access to more than six million visitors each year, and …


Times of transition can be the optimal time to collaborate with one’s team and have important discussions and create a plan forward. Over the past year, Superior Court in Yuma …