Articles in Entrepreneurship

Reading Reflection: Emergent Strategy


I have been slowly reading, absorbing, and reflecting as I read Adrienne Maree Brown's Emergent Strategy. This book is so brilliant and provides a lens for exploration that I have not experienced before. ... Read full article

Are you Confusing Busy-ness with Productivity?


From the outside, it seems like I get a lot done (and I do) but these visible accomplishments mostly get completed from having external deadlines, people that rely on me and a business consultant who I have accountability with.... Read full article

Executive Coaching with ‘What if?’ Regrets, Paralysis, and the Learning Edge


Coaches are trained to ask powerful questions to elicit responses that raise awareness, lead to incremental next-steps, and the achievement of desired results.... Read full article

Why Aren’t We on the Same Page? The Core Elements of Alignment


Our goal is to call out harmful management & leadership practices that are damaging productivity and relationships. And to empower you with alternatives that will lead to happier and more productive teams.... Read full article

Leadership in the “New Normal”: 3 Ways to Enhance Connection


In ordinary times good leadership is the foundation of strong and healthy organizations, but what of leadership in a pandemic? What rises to the top in terms of qualities and behaviors that “separate the men from the boys”? ... Read full article

Branding for the Millennial Fempreneur


Create a blog post subtitle that summarizes your post in a few short, punchy sentences and entices your audience to continue reading.... Read full article

The Emergent Leader – Building Psychological Safety For Scrum/Agile Teams


I did a Google Ngram the other day and was interested to see the instance of this topic and its trend upward over the years starting in 1900.... Read full article

5 reasons you are NOT ready for a grant

by Christine E.B. Howard on

If you are part of a start-up in the first three to five years of operation chances are you could use more funding to get you going on your way. We all could. Here are 5 reasons why you are NOT ready for a grant.... Read full article

No Fun - Thinking About Constraints


When I onboard a new client, I’m excited to learn about the success of their organization, the most important things they do and the goals that tell me where they’re headed.... Read full article

Why Knowing Yourself Is The First Step To Becoming An Inclusive Leader


With the outbreak of COVID-19, many of us will have had time to think. Self-isolation is an opportunity for self-improvement.... Read full article