Risk for the Right Reasons

Risk-taking is by definition a little (or a lot) scary, but it can also reveal the best in us. When we’re acting out our convictions and putting concrete action to our deeply-held values, the risks are generally worth it, and can actually be an

5 Leadership Lessons from Powerful Women

October is National Women’s Small Business Month, a time for us to reflect on and appreciate the work of women entrepreneurs in this country and all the contributions they’ve made. In the spirit of this important month, let’s dive into some

Women in Charge!

by John Havlik Well, it’s October, and kids are back in school, bars, restaurants, and businesses are re-opening en masse, sports are back in force (thank you, college football!), the Tampa Bay Lightning are the hockey champions of the world

Thank U Covid

Back in March, when Covid-19 upended humanity, my first response, like so many others, was to freak out. I worried, “What if this pandemic decimates my business and savings?!” The fear was paralyzing. Within a week, though, my fears gave way to

How to Resolve Team Conflicts When You’re Working from Home

Strategies for Resolving Conflict During Remote Work

There’s no escaping the reality of conflict at work. Whether you’re a new leader having to confront poor performance issues, or a seasoned leader having to protect your organization’s interests as you negotiate with an over-dominant customer