Friday, January 18, 2019

Advice

What To Do When Your Decision Causes Upset Employees

It can be very uncomfortable when you’re faced with an upset employee.  You make your decisions intentionally and with great thought, so...

Five Things That Helped Me Survive The Downturn

It’s been just over a year now since I participated in the “Surviving the Downturn” panel discussions at Pink Petro’s HerWorld and...

Is it Time to Unschedule?

One of the most common challenges my high-achieving clients have is procrastination. Now, you may think that “high achieving” and “procrastination” shouldn’t be used in the same sentence . . . but it is true!

The Power of the Question

When I became a coach I had to shift my perspective.  When I was an executive, I was accustomed to, and very...

Career Tips Over Coffee: Donuts

You might be wondering what donuts and career tips have in common.  Actually, very little…except for the analogy I created about making...

10 Steps to Getting Unstuck

Have you ever found yourself in the state of being “stuck”? No, I’m not talking about being stuck in the snow or stuck in the mud on a rainy day.

4 Things All Mentors & Mentees Should Know

Mentorship and sponsorship are key drivers of success, yet women can have a harder time finding mentors and sponsors, especially ones with...

How Emerson’s Stephanie Sirt Took Her Career Into Her Own Hands

Growing up in Port-au-Prince, Haiti—where her parents were missionaries—you could say that Stephanie Sirt’s life and career story are anything but typical. Now working as a Senior Director of Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) Business for Emerson Automation Solutions in Houston, Texas, we chatted with Sirt to get the lowdown on her journey, her current role, and her very best career advice.

Connecting and Creating Community with Cheniere Energy

Today I had the pleasure of connecting with the Cheniere Energy's WILS resource group.  Notice I didn't call them a network because if you've been around me or Pink Petro long enough you know I cannot stand that word.

A Wish for Leaders: A Wish for You

I have the honor of giving a eulogy this weekend for a friend who lost her battle to breast cancer.  Hannah Rucker...

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