I start off the NLC Alumni Spotlight Blog by highlighting Eric DeSobe from Los Angeles. This is a companion piece to Eric DeSobe’s podcast episode with me.
Employee empowerment happens when people thrive in their workspaces and have agency over responsibilities. This article presents 3 strategies to promote it.
The words we use or don’t use are the easiest and most effective ways to practice intentional inclusion in our lives. Read more to find out what I mean.
With increasing mass shootings and gun violence in the US, the focus became mental illness. Read more to find out why this is dangerous rhetoric.
Many of us tend to be afraid of life transitions as great periods of upheaval. But, life transitions are powerful tools of transformations. Here is why.
This past weekend, I learned some lessons in inclusion from attending the NLC Convention in Des Moines, Iowa. I share 5 lessons in this post. Read more.
The practice of coaching means different things to different coaches, just as it does to unique clients. What does coaching me to me? Read more.
Every journey toward inclusion starts by looking within to embark on a quest toward personal empowerment and wellbeing. Read more to find out what I mean.
This is the first glance at a new framework to conceptualize authentic inclusion in groups. Its called the LEGupward Model of Inclusion. Read more.