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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 progressive dinners in their neighborhood, birding, & reading. One of the ways that I learn best is by asking questions of the folks I admire…
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251 Miles: A Commitment to Recharge

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 no! My clients who have had decades of being responsible at work will tell you it’s one of the hardest things to manage. Have you…
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Exemplary Leader Spotlight: Jennifer Brown

Exemplary Leader Spotlight Each month, we are highlighting one member from the Group Coaching Intensive for Leaders of Leaders. We believe in learning from our community, and this month, Jennifer Brown, the Director at NACOG Head Start is sharing some wisdom & experience with us. How long have you been in this role & at…
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Perspective Taking Can Be Taught

I once worked for an organization where monthly board meetings were part of the job. I was the youngest at the board table and felt a need to prove myself. I was strong-willed and opinionated. I never held back my perspective on the topics that were discussed but my ideas were commonly shut down. I…
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Exemplary Leader Spotlight: Nicole Kiddoo

Exemplary Leader Spotlight Each month, we are highlighting one member from the Group Coaching Intensive for Leaders of Leaders. We believe in learning from our community, and this month, Nicole Kiddoo, the Executive Director & Human Services Administrator at Lewis Mason Thurston Agency on Aging is sharing some wisdom & experience with us. How long…
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Exemplary Leader Spotlight: Greg Clifton

Exemplary Leader Spotlight Each month, we are highlighting one member from the Group Coaching Intensive for Leaders of Leaders. We believe in learning from our community, and this month, Greg Clifton, the City Manager at City of Flagstaff is sharing some wisdom & experience with us. How long have you been in this role &…
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The Power of Intention, In Real Life

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 conspiring to help me,” and sometimes I wonder if that’s true. Step 1: This fall, I took some time out to enjoy an “active retreat”…
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Where What You Know Ends & Gen Z Begins

Do you have any employees who are 24 years old or younger? Do you want to be better to understand “cancel culture?” Do you need help modernizing your workplace in today’s world? As 2022 rolls into place we’re finding far more of the younger generation wrapping up their full-time education and making their way full-time…
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Exemplary Leader Spotlight: Heather Dalmolin

Exemplary Leader Spotlight Each month, we are highlighting one member from the Group Coaching Intensive for Leaders of Leaders. We believe in learning from our community, and this month, Heather Dalmolin, the CEO & General Manager at Mountain Line, is sharing some wisdom & experience with us. How long have you been in this role…
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