Why Doesn’t My Boss Get Her Act Together?

by Lesli Mones

One of the toughest challenges you can face at work is tension with your manager. Part of the problem is … Read More

Developing Your Executive Presence

by Julie Diamond

We see a tall person and we swoon So said Malcolm Gladwell in his book, Blink. He was referring to … Read More

Othering: A Leader’s Kryptonite

by Lesli Mones

  We’re executive coaches. Our clients are seasoned leaders and experts in their fields; many at the pinnacle of their … Read More

There’s Nothing Like Good Chemistry

by Lesli Mones

There’s always an element of mystery (and a tinge of fear) when it comes to bringing a group of people together … Read More

What’s Love Got To Do With Feedback?

by Julie Diamond

Of all the least loved tasks of a leader, delivering critical feedback is right up there at the top. Leaders … Read More

What’s your grit score?

by Julie Diamond

The first time I saw Bonnie Raitt in concert was 1973, two years after she released her debut album, Bonnie … Read More

The Happy Hour of Power

by Julie Diamond

Power: We all use it, we’re all affected by it, but no one likes to talks about it. But we … Read More

Preparing for an Interview: Tapping into the Power of Attention

After a morning workout, you ate a good breakfast. You drove against traffic for a smooth and timely arrival. Your … Read More

Women, Men, and Double-sided Inequity

by Julie Diamond

Warren Buffet famously remarked that he was successful because he only had to compete against half the population.  It may … Read More

Are you a pioneer?

by Julie Diamond

Pi-o-neer Noun. a person who is among the first to explore or settle a new country or area.   Verb. … Read More