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Thinking Out Loud:  The Mirror Effect

Thinking Out Loud: The Mirror Effect

  Can We Use the Mirror Effect to Become Beacons?   It’s become a common understanding that if someone, or their behaviour, is unreasonably irritating to you, you’re experiencing what’s known as the Mirror Effect. This is the idea that we are...

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Fighting for Harmony

Fighting for Harmony

I was having separate conversations with two young individuals about the need to fight for something that is important for one’s well-being and integrity. Both were feeling cornered, under-valued, frustrated by their lack of progress in their respective fields. One...

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The Internal Alarm System

The Internal Alarm System

Many of us have alarm systems in our homes or offices. When there is a security breach, the response is immediate and loud! When I first had the system put into my home, I would forget this invisible barrier and open the door or window wide to let in the fresh air,...

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Are You Coasting?

Are You Coasting?

I got a call recently that shook me up a bit and made me understand what many of my clients go through. I must admit that I’m not that easily shaken. For two decades, I’ve worked across the country and in many places abroad with fascinating people in circumstances I...

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The Dangers of Keeping it Bottled Up

The Dangers of Keeping it Bottled Up

With disbelief, I read and re-read something I wrote way too fast, frustration peppering my words, the ‘send’ key pressed too soon. I wasn’t proud of that e-mail, knowing I could have used a different turn of phrase, given the benefit of the doubt, rather than having...

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Going for gold starts with a soul search

Going for gold starts with a soul search

Determined to compete for a position that no one thought she should even consider, she was going for it anyway.   Before making that jump though, a little soul searching was in order. Admittedly, her opinion of her current boss and their work relationship was less...

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Patience is Still a Necessary Virtue

Patience is Still a Necessary Virtue

I hear it often from clients: “Is there anything you can do to stop the complaining and venting that consumes so much energy at the team meetings?” “Can’t people just move on?” I totally understand the frustration leaders have with their team in times of change. As a...

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