The Problem with Succession Planning

I am blessed to coach many amazing leaders, and the topic of succession planning is coming up a lot, especially for executive directors of non-profits. At its core, it’s the realization that everything has a [...]

Back by Popular Demand: Enneagram Learning!

20 years ago, it was a pretty small group of people who knew what the Enneagram was, and I got a lot of furrowed brows when I mentioned it. “The Ennea-what? Is that some kind [...]

No system to fix conflict

We are talking a lot about polarization these days. I can hardly go 24 hours without reading or hearing the term, and especially hearing friends in my left-of-center orbit bemoan it. I’m right there with [...]

Medics are standing by

Medics are standing by I was born into the world feeling obligated. Obligated to be a good daughter, friend, neighbor, babysitter. In my 20’s, obligated to work with street youth and to make next to [...]

Say Something Real

I’ve just had a glorious five days with my soul sister Emily in San Francisco. We worked with a mutual client, took a swim at Baker Beach, went to the museum, ate great food, and [...]

Pride, Joy, and Humility

Last weekend, I went to the youth pride parade in my community. Youth identifying as LGTBQIA+ were invited to walk in the parade, and supporters were invited to line the streets and cheer for them. [...]

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