Photo by Samson Katt on Pexels.com In the post-pandemic world, remote work is here to stay. Eventually, it won’t be called remote work anymore, it will simply be called: work. No more going to work, we will simply start and stop working from wherever we are. In my network, I hear both sides of the… Continue reading Lead with connection whether here or there
From the tiny 2-person team at Your Leader Voice, wishing you and yours a wonderful year-end break. The end of a calendar year is a time to reflect, celebrate, and look ahead. I know for me, that I have much to reflect on, and it's all in the realm of what I'm thankful for, and,… Continue reading Wishing you all a wonderful year-end break!
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com That one post…it was so simple, and it felt like a landslide movement. It was simple, yet so profoundly impactful it hit me like a lead balloon. It went against everything I had been trained to believe and do, in its context. This post was raw; it was deep,… Continue reading Whose photo is on your profile?
Photo by Jumana Dakkur on Pexels.com Last weekend, I realized that I’m part of the problem. Not because of my beliefs or my point of view or my actions…instead it’s because I honestly didn’t realize that simply being anti-racist wasn’t enough to be part of the solution. The national outcry over the wrongful death of… Continue reading My pledge: Learn, do, and lead.
Demonstrating emotional intelligence is critical when leading in times of crisis. Those in authoritative roles all around the world are finding their leadership skills put to the test. Let's talk about stress. I've been struggling with this post. I started out wanting to write about common leadership skills that are critical for leading during a… Continue reading Stress level: somewhere around “high”