Generational Perspectives in the Workplace, Interpreting the Discourses That Constitute Women’s Struggle to Balance Work and Life – Journal of Business Communication (2012)
I enjoy working with leaders to help them communicate transparently and courageously, coaching them to both listen and respond thoughtfully to one another and their teams. I leverage my experience working with different populations and generations to help clients find common ground, tackle change, and identify effective ways to realize their full potential. I’m a truth teller with strong communication skills and the ability to deliver tough information in a kind and compassionate way.
In my spare time, I enjoy learning about new cultures and people through traveling to new countries with my husband and having our adult sons join us when they can. I also like to run, practice yoga and tend my garden to stay healthy and clear my head. I’m happiest when friends and family connect around the table for a meal together.
A few organizations I’ve had the pleasure of working with:
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