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How Your Personality Changes When Stress and Fatigue Kick In
A couple of weeks ago I was in a high pressure situation that did not go as well as I had planned and ended up being a big disappointment to our entire team. When I realized what was happening I felt exhausted, deflated, disappointed and just wanted to go back to my hotel room and be alone. For those of you that know me well, on a good day I am just the opposite of all of these descriptors – optimistic, extroverted and energetic (or so I tell myself). Read More
Power of Positivity in Building Team: The 5:1 Rule!
This past week, our team participated in the Women In Negotiation Summit in New York City. Cristina and I had the privilege of speaking to the general session and conducting a separate breakout group for over 300 amazing, accomplished female leaders. We also hosted a booth and gave free 15-minute one-on-one coaching consultations to the many attendees who signed up. Read More
BRAIN ALERT: Are you protecting your brain health?
Here at Impact, we know that you, our clients, are hard-working professionals who are passionate about your work and are committed to developing yourselves, your employees and your organizations. We love partnering with you to help you achieve these goals! We also care about you as people; and, as psychologists, we know that it is crucial that you also make taking care of yourself one of your highest life priorities. Read More
The Importance of Friendships…Especially at Work
This weekend was my annual “girlfriend trip” to Scottsdale. Over the years we have had some great adventures together – a hot air balloon ride (with a crash), dancing, movies, time by the pool, shopping, bragging on our children, sharing our heartaches, eating some amazing food and lots of drinks and laughter. But, you know how it goes, as coveted as that time off with those we love is…thoughts of work creep back in. The evening before I left on my trip I texted...... Read More
What Time on the Slopes Has Taught Me About Leadership
I’m standing at the top of the mountain. I look out and see white billowy clouds, blue skies, and a mountain range with breathtaking snow cover. The sun hits my face and a cool wind tingles my neck. My feet are strapped to narrow boards; there’s no going back—only down. I straighten up, lean forward, and start to glide downwards. I start picking up speed, accelerating so rapidly to where I’m nearly flying down the mountain! Read More
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