Add Group Coaching to Your Professional Development Toolbox

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If you’re someone who sees the value in professional development, you already know that there are a lot of ways to go about it. Degrees, certificates, seminars, self study, mentoring, and coaching, among others. Group coursework tends to offer the most value for knowledge transfer, like how to deliver an effective presentation. When it comes Read more

A Team to Believe In

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For the past five years, my fall has been punctuated by the Rochester Women’s Network Summit leadership conference. As chair or co-chair, I have helped lead a small group of volunteers to plan and deliver the annual event. And, while each year brings its own successes, challenges and lessons, this year’s proved especially meaningful.   Read more

What I Learned From Rugby

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You’d be surprised how much you can learn from a young woman guzzling beer from a muddy cleat. . . .   From the start, the post-game rugby social was remarkable. Co-eds filtered into a downtown bar carrying homemade dishes of pasta, beans, pulled pork and macaroni salad, creating a buffet that covered two pool Read more

Struggling to Thrive?

A lot of the challenges that make work and life difficult are caused by factors beyond our control. But not all of them. Sometimes, in our rush for results and focus on fabulosity, we end up making things harder than they need to be.

I put together this simple quiz to provide a quick reality check and some actionable ideas to help you thrive. Check it out.