“LionsLead exists to teach anyone they can change their lives by making choices that change their behaviors.”
— Daniel M. Snively, Ed.D. Founder, Senior Leadership Advisor
I have the honor of being part of an executive roundtable in Cincinnati (At Work on Purpose). One of the insightful tools our roundtable leadership used was inspired by LionsLead. The tool is a leaders assessment that I’ve found to be really helpful in understanding my own leadership style. The unique part of the assessment is it sco...
When we hold onto angst or unforgiveness against others deserved or not, we choke the life out of ourselves. Does that mean there shouldn’t be justice? Does that mean the truth shouldn’t come out? Does it mean you are less by forgiving? Or even powerless by forgiving? No, not at all. Forgiving is a conscious choice that opens up the supply of life to our souls.
Listen as Sherry shares how growing up with two grandparents who were blind shaped her ability to approach goals, visions, etc., with the desire to "go together." And of course, don't miss out on the Sherry's Old Man Joe story, and a personal favorite . . . Perfecting your own RBF!
It’s been my own personal experience that women long for genuine friendship, but rarely find it. Especially when showing up at work means that as a woman, I need to show up “like a man.” After all, it is a man’s world, so to speak.
A Cup of Hope for You Today
Where there is concern, breathe hope.
Where there is pain, receive healing.
Where there are storms, feel peace.
Where there is fear, replace with love.
Where there is joy, may it be multiplied.
And where there is love, I pray it grows!
TOGETHER. We move forward!
Gail is one of the most authentic, articulate, and eloquent people I know. I've served on advisory committees with Gail and had lunch with her (and our Wildflower Café friends) almost every month for a year and I promise, you are going to want to spend this time with Dr. Gail Kist-Kline . . . She's simply amazing!
I've been asked numerous times about where this idea or desire was birthed. In looking back, I guess there are three separate and distinct events, two of which I'll share here (the third will be for a later date).