By: Leslie W. Braksick, PhD, MPH | Co-Founder and Senior Partner

Don’t Leave Well Enough Alone – Leave Well!
October 1, 2016

When it comes time to transition out of your role, many executives have the gift of advance knowledge and time to prepare for…

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Your Spouse Has a Next Season, Too
July 1, 2016

Anxiety that so often accompanies an executive’s transition, such as retirement, manifests itself in questions deep inside: Who am I now? What will…

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No Place for Shoulds in Retirement
April 1, 2016

Retirement transitions are hard enough without the “helpful” advice generously doled out by former colleagues, neighbors and friends. Such advice usually includes the…

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Your Unsung Hero
January 1, 2016

Any victory requires the support of a village. Business – not to mention life – is a team sport, and every successful leader…

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What’s Your Encore?
April 1, 2015

Like many of your peers, the finish-line years of your corporate career have been spent leading others and managing key programs. You are…

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Sharing Our Stories
February 10, 2015

If we had to pick just one thing that we knew would be incredibly helpful in expediting the development…

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Work Relationships Post-Transition
January 16, 2015

One of the most common things I hear from folks as they prepare to transition out of their FT corporate roles…

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Corporate Loyalty
January 1, 2015

One pattern well entrenched in the current generation of senior executives is corporate loyalty. If we consulted a dictionary, we would read such…

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The Birth of My Next Season
October 16, 2014

I spent the past twenty plus years consulting to senior-most executives of the Fortune 500. A non-remarkable thing happened…

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Reactivating Muscle Memory
October 1, 2014

Transitioning from an intense, all-on corporate leadership role to retirement requires executives to alter well-entrenched patterns of behavior. The most obvious and often…

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