Does your company suffer from Organizational Cancer

In 2017 I was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. After different treatments and surgeries, I am now in remission.  What I noticed in working with organizations and my clients, they had a different kind of cancer. Organizational cancer. 

How to spring clean your life using Marie Kondo’s methods

The World Happiness Report for 2019 was published a few weeks ago on March 20, which is the International Day of Happiness. The findings were quite depressing. Global happiness has been declining and negative feelings such as sadness, worry and anger have seen a 27 percent increase between 2010 and 2018.

5 Leadership Lessons I learned from surviving Stage 2 Breast Cancer

In July of 2017, at the age of 40, I was diagnosed. Stage 2 breast cancer or Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC) is the medical term for it.  Being diagnosed with breast cancer is a life altering experience. You go from happily going about your life to being faced with your own mortality. You embark onContinue reading “5 Leadership Lessons I learned from surviving Stage 2 Breast Cancer”

Part II Learnings from the World Happiness Summit (WOHASU)

This past weekend, I attended the second annual World Happiness Summit, WOHASU for short, at the University of Miami. WOHASU’s mission is to make the world a happier place. The theme of this year’s conference was Positive Disruption. In this series of two articles, I am sharing the highlights of my learnings.

Leading from where you are: the misconception about leadership

This image was taken during a 2014 an Axialent/Equus retreat at Bishop’s Lodge, in Santa Fe, NM. The horses in this photograph depict a herd of four horses. The white horse is Artemis, named after the Greek goddess of the hunt, forests and hills, the moon and archery.