Preparing for Your Next Season
When you are in the heat of the battle as a corporate executive, it’s hard to imagine what’s on the other side. Your life is consumed with phone calls, meetings, travel, dinners out, presentations, explanations, expense reports and budgets. There are endless requests for your
Hitting Reset for Your Health
As an executive, you’ve spent sleepless nights mentally preparing, planning, or worrying about big meetings, big
Personality Assessments and Retirement
On a golf trip to Hilton Head South Carolina I was paired with a recently-retired executive who lived in the area.
Reflections on Retirement: Day 307
We absolutely need to find a new word for retirement! “Retirement” conjures up images of endless vacations and
Pausing and Reprioritizing: It Changed My Life
In mid-2012, I reflected on the past five years. At the time, I was Treasurer of Bank of America...
Making Time to Develop Talent
From my 30-year career at Delta Airlines, I fondly remember an interaction I had with our CEO...
Your Best Days Are Not Over
When I retired from Bank of America, a question kept nagging at me: “Are my best days behind me?” At the time, I
What It Takes: Executive Leadership & Succession
“People don’t appreciate that a big part of their legacy is how successful their successors are.”
What Do I Have to Offer? Early Career Professionals and Reciprocal Networking
Every day I have conversations with young professionals who are working hard to figure out what their next career