Tapping Into this Year’s Lessons

Tapping Into this Year’s Lessons

The clock is ticking, and soon the calendar year will be over. This time inspires me to pause and take inventory of the essential lessons from this year and how to convert them into opportunities for more growth. Why let crises go to waste when extracting the gifts...
Overcoming Imposter Syndrome as a New Leader

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome as a New Leader

Getting a promotion as a people leader is a celebratory moment in someone’s career. After the excitement of the initial weeks after being promoted, they face greater scrutiny and visibility. They also have to make difficult decisions. The new rules of engagement...
Embracing Your Cultural Heritage as a Latina Leader

Embracing Your Cultural Heritage as a Latina Leader

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain and Latin America. October is that time of the year that inspires me to share what it means for me to be a Latina. I also want to...
Overcoming Five Leadership Assumptions that Wake You Up at Night

Overcoming Five Leadership Assumptions that Wake You Up at Night

Leading others is a big responsibility and comes with many challenges and opportunities, particularly in the current workplace of high volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. It is not a surprise that stress and anxiety are part of the territory...
What Career Conversations Can Do for You

What Career Conversations Can Do for You

The topic of employee retention is very relevant in a time when organizations are struggling with skills gap shortages. Over the last year, the rate of job quitting in the United States has reached highs not seen since before. This phenomenon called The Great...