Painting as a Metaphor for Leadership

I recently attended a Paint and Sip class with a close friend of mine. What originally began as a nice birthday gift, quickly became a powerful lesson in leadership. Paint and Sip classes are events where individuals go to paint an image (the one you see here is my own) and typically accompanied with some drinks. As [...]

By |2017-06-07T15:05:21-07:00March 29th, 2017|Competency, Leadership|0 Comments

How to Overcome Interviewer Bias

Many of our clients have come to us for advice on how to improve their own internal hiring processes.  "Our Recruiters keep pushing forward unqualified candidates or candidates that are not a good fit with our culture," says the Hiring Manager.  Often times, our clients lack a structured and disciplined recruiting process - one that [...]

The Value of Mentoring

Starting this past January, I have been mentoring two college students from my Alma Mater.  It has been a very rewarding experience.  As I document my learnings from the mentoring relationship, I continue to research how I can be a more effective mentor. I recently found this great Harvard Business Review article, which really [...]

By |2017-06-07T15:06:01-07:00March 1st, 2017|Mentoring|0 Comments