The Leadership Journey: Making Change and Achieving Goals

There are the formulas for goal achievement. I’ve read a thousand books and articles— ancient works, white papers, Harvard Business Review articles. I’ve sat through 100+ classes and seminars for degrees and credentialing. I have chopped it up with leadership colleagues and experts, and I have taught and mentored aspiring leaders to success. I distilledContinue reading “The Leadership Journey: Making Change and Achieving Goals”

My Sunday Social Media Gratitude List

I don’t know if Social Media Gratitude is a thing but I had an amazing week because of my social media network and needed to pause a recognize it! In fact let me hashtag it: #SocMediaGratitude. Here are a few highlights from my list: I acknowledge and am grateful for Lisa Medley for designing herContinue reading “My Sunday Social Media Gratitude List”

Women’s History Month Spotlight on Ntozake Shange

Her names is pronounced: EN-toh-ZAH-kee SHAHNG-gay; She lived October 18, 1948 – October 27, 2018. She was a Black feminist author. She was born Paulette Linda Williams in Trenton, New Jersey. When her family moved St. Louis and she attended a school for gifted children, Shange faced overt racism and harassment at school. These experienceContinue reading “Women’s History Month Spotlight on Ntozake Shange”

Celebrating Firsts In the Judiciary Advances Diversity And Inclusion

I love celebrating firsts!!! And since My Thing is Courts, I love to see when color, gender, and other diversity barriers are broken in judgeships, firm partnerships, and court leadership. That is when we as a Country are living out our promise of Justice for all! Celebrating Firsts in the judiciary advances diversity, equity, inclusion,Continue reading “Celebrating Firsts In the Judiciary Advances Diversity And Inclusion”