Thought Leadership

Why loving your job matters

By | February 20th, 2015|

I don’t relish the task of writing. I know that’s a strange way to start, but allow me to explain. I love to come up with innovative ideas, work on business development, and maintaining relationships [...]

How your company can make changes without sacrificing results

By | January 24th, 2015|

Many business leaders at this time of the year take the time to reflect on “how can I make a change” or “what should we be doing differently to serve our clients better and faster?” And if you’re like me, you’ll question how the vision will be different, better, and more compelling.

How talent reviews can better your business

By | November 21st, 2014|

We all crave reviews. Whether it's a new movie, a chic hotel, or a restaurant people today rarely make a purchase or take an excursion without first reading reviews. I know I would never make a [...]

What’s In A Review?

By | November 9th, 2014|

We all crave reviews. Whether it’s a new movie, a chic hotel, or a restaurant people today rarely make a purchase or take an excursion without first reading reviews. I know I would never make a reservation for a client dinner before first checking the restaurant’s reviews.

How to Avoid Hiring an Empty Suit

By | October 24th, 2014|

Fall is here and Halloween is almost upon us, and I was wondering what people are dressing up as this year. What’s the latest and greatest costume? I know one costume you wouldn’t catch me in, and that’s the invisible woman wearing an empty suit.

How to Leverage the Metrics of Attractiveness

By | September 25th, 2014|

In the spirit of Fashion Week, where designers recently debuted their spring collections so that we look smart, chic, and of course, attractive, I thought it would be a worthy attempt to try and understand what’s attractive in today business world — especially in a world that appears to be seeking bigger, faster, stronger, and smarter leaders.

It Makes “Cents” to Create a Budget

By | September 19th, 2014|

An important lesson I learned as a young adult was managing my finances. It wasn’t easy since I worked full time, while attending school and I was dazzled by the city and all that it had to offer the young and restless. Thirty years later, I’m still managing my finances and creating a budget for my business

Why You Should Be Taking More Breaks

By | July 19th, 2014|

If you could plug yourself into an electronic charger that reduces stress in a couple of minutes and provides you with energy, would you do it? Of course you would. And while we’re at it, wouldn’t it be grand to have a masseuse on staff for 15 minutes a day?

The Right Way to Approach Networking

By | June 21st, 2014|

When I think of networking, I wonder if most people really embrace or understand the true spirit of which it is meant. For me it is about meeting interesting people, making great new connections, and yes, helping people and companies grow. I pride myself on being sincere and ready to lend a hand.

Common Phrases That Are Sabotaging Your Career

By | June 4th, 2014|

When you say thoughtless things in meetings, you are sabotaging yourself, the team, and/or your company. The wrong word can cost you an account, a job, a friend, and a partner. Sounds crazy right? But [...]