Helping Those Who Help Others
Helping those who help others to THRIVE so that everyone THRIVES!
What’s your passion? Mine has always been helping others to do well. A lot of times…I found that easier than helping myself.
A lot of times…I found that easier than helping myself.
Over the course of my life, I have had many roles which have created purpose and meaning to my journey. I have always enjoyed being an inspiring and supportive person who appreciates advising, collaborating, coaching and partnering with those who are focused on people. Being a resourceful connector, creative thought-partner and an inspiring and supportive mentor have always been things that “filled” my bucket. In other words, I became a teacher!
Passionate about helping those who help others thrive in all communities, I can appreciate the challenges that are faced when working with different stakeholders. Although my heart is in Central Texas, where I have lived and been working as an educator, consultant and leader since 1998, I have had the pleasure of networking a great many beautiful people from around the state (and now the nation).
I have had the pleasure of networking a great many beautiful people from around the state (and now the nation)
In 2020, I have had a career pivot. After a short-lived retirement, a brief stint with the local health department and freelancing as a consultant, 4 years later, I find myself in full-time employment again. In my new role as a business development director at a local hospital. I feel that I have found my niche. Supporting those front-line folks who work with those who struggle with health issues for me is the right seat on the right bus. I look forward to the opportunity to expand the reach of our organization and build on its culture.
Assisting leaders in their role has been a natural fit for me. My question for you is, “Are you an Inspired Leader or is your organization in need of one?” By definition, “inspirational leadership involves aligning values with initiatives to create enthusiasm and a passion to act. Leaders who are able to do this successfully “light a fire” within others, resulting in higher performance and more sustained effort.” This is a perfect formula for organizational success.
Are you an Inspired Leader or is your organization in need of one?
The formula for inspirational leadership has been refined for years through the coaching, education and service sector ranks. This has been a place that seems to attract the type of leaders who are passionate about people and heart for their cause. I have not worked in the business world for long so I will stick to my roots and values in the educational and social sector. There we can measure the results in both qualitative and quantitative amounts. We can impact motivation based on passion and drive and the outcomes can be celebrated by all. I am interested in seeing the results of applying these principles in business setting.
We can impact motivation based on passion and drive and the outcomes can be celebrated by all.
As a consultant, teacher and coach, I have asked leaders, “Are you trying to make an impact in your community?” To do so can improve your career and your life. This is a journey that I will enjoy taking with you and your organization to assist in following your calling. Since coffee and friends make a perfect blend, allow me some time to build on your future.
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