Testimonials

Recalibrating Life

After working with Patti, I have new passion and energy for all I undertake. Her teachings have enabled me to recalibrate my life, so that I have more time for myself and for what I hold most important – while reaching higher levels of enjoyment and efficiency in my work.

- Leigh O.
Healthcare Management
Who Coaches The CEO?

"Who coaches the CEO? I coach everyone else. Having a coach who helps you see things from multiple perspectives, who has been there and done that so she understands, who can help me sift through, prioritize, strategize, vision, and take this to action – priceless!"
W.F.; CEO, Healthcare


Trusting My Instincts

Trusting my instincts about decision-making was difficult with the changes we had experienced at our firm. After working with Patti, I have much greater confidence in my instincts and my judgment, which has resulted in a greater efficiency in my team and improved the quality of our service.
N.C.; Director of Operations, Transportation Firm


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Testimonials

Recalibrating Life

After working with Patti, I have new passion and energy for all I undertake. Her teachings have enabled me to recalibrate my life, so that I have more time for myself and for what I hold most important – while reaching higher levels of enjoyment and efficiency in my work.

- Leigh O.
Healthcare Management
Who Coaches The CEO?

"Who coaches the CEO? I coach everyone else. Having a coach who helps you see things from multiple perspectives, who has been there and done that so she understands, who can help me sift through, prioritize, strategize, vision, and take this to action – priceless!"
W.F.; CEO, Healthcare


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3 Things a Leader in a New Role Needs to Know

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:13+00:00 March 15th, 2017|Blog|

Congratulations!  You did it. You got the position, the title, and the salary telling you that you have arrived. They gave you the team and the commission to change the world. But did they tell you that you aren’t really in control? That your hard-earned expertise is now for naught? What do you do, now? [...]

When Your Team Member is Stuck in Story:

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:13+00:00 March 8th, 2017|Blog|

Helping Them Take Back Control Do you love stories? So do I! Stories are entertaining – and they help us make meaning of our world. Some of my favorite stories are of the Sherlock Holmes type, where solving the mystery to bring solution is key. But some tales are frustrating, like the kind in which [...]

Five Best Leadership Lessons I Learned in Kindergarten

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:13+00:00 February 22nd, 2017|Blog|

I addressed a group of young leaders last week, and they asked me to share my leadership experience and lessons learned. If there’s one thing I’ve learned about lessons, it’s that the biggest lessons are those that are the most simple. So simple, in fact, that they should already be acquired in kindergarten. See what [...]

Are You Tired of Visioning?

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:13+00:00 February 15th, 2017|Blog|

The Importance of Short-Term Wins Sometimes I get tired about visioning the future and setting long-range goals. These are certainly important – but they aren’t enough to keep me on track. How about you? Short-term wins and intermediate goals are the fuel for getting there. And you can leverage this with your team to keep [...]

Is Your Personal Mission Holding the Company Back?

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:14+00:00 February 8th, 2017|Blog|

You have a clear sense of mission, and you are values-driven. And because of these, you’ve contributed great things to your organization or business. But lately, you've sensed some tension. As the company continues to grow, you are getting directives from the top, and they don’t align with what you know to be working. Further, [...]

The Problem with Women Rising Above

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:14+00:00 February 1st, 2017|Blog|

Monkey See, Monkey Do You probably remember the old saying, “Monkey see, monkey do!” The reference to monkeys is because researchers have noted that when one monkey sees another monkey do something, it quite often does likewise. So we use this old saying when describing the foolishness of one person mimicking another without thinking. And [...]

Why Most High-Potential Executives Over-Promise and Under-Deliver

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:14+00:00 January 25th, 2017|Blog|

Are you over-committed and feeling behind the Eight Ball? Even though it’s stressful, why you do this may shock you. In fact, you may also be getting some secret gratification from it! The problem is, your professional (and personal!) reputation is suffering because of it. Your credibility is low, and you are missing out on [...]

Executives, Monkeys, and Leadership

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:14+00:00 January 18th, 2017|Blog|

3 Habits That Can Change Your Potential As a little girl, I was fascinated by a brass statue positioned on my father’s bookshelf. This statue was comprised of three monkeys sitting next to one another – one had his hands over his eyes, one with his hands over his mouth, and the third placing his [...]

Five Wishes Every Talented Woman Wants For 2017

By | 2017-05-20T14:38:14+00:00 January 11th, 2017|Blog|

What do talented women want most for 2017? I don’t think you’ll be surprised when you see the short list below that I’ve compiled from my own clients and colleagues. These wishes are probably yours, too. What will you do in 2017 so that you make these wishes come true? The world is waiting for [...]