Too many companies in corporate America are in crisis; stuck in unhelpful and ineffective structures that drive a culture of empty competition, mistrust, and poor communication.
The culture within our corporations seems to reflect the deepening divide going on in the world at large – whether it be in society, politics, or the generations – dialogue is being replaced by disconnect. Add in technology, geographically dispersed teams, and culture clashes, and it’s easy to believe that work would be so much easier if it wasn’t for other people!
My work is rooted in the belief that the answer to this disconnect isn’t found in another app or more conference calls, but in kindness, dialogue, and a smarter (not to mention more human) approach to hiring and leadership.
I bring 20 years of working in corporations across the country, including a billion dollar public company where I oversaw a $2.5MM program.
I have over a decade of experience in Talent Acquisition and leadership, have managed geographically dispersed teams, and mentored and coached associates in the US and abroad.
I’m an MBA, ICF credentialed coach (PCC), award-winning writer, Huffington Post author, Editor in Chief of popular personal development blog Kind Over Matter, and in-demand speaker. My pronouns are she/hers.
I’m also obsessed with how we change the culture of corporate America from one that’s stuck in an adversarial and bureaucratic communication style to one that’s rooted in kindness as a tool for change.