Calling Upon Your Inner Creative During COVID-19: Part 1

I noticed something interesting about creativity and organizations in my earliest years of studying it: organizations were willing to embrace it...when something had gone wrong. Think about it: when are managers, bosses, or leaders most likely to ask for your creative solutions? When you're down a staff member. When funding is interrupted. When circumstances change … Continue reading Calling Upon Your Inner Creative During COVID-19: Part 1

[VIDEO] wiseHer Business and Career Acceleration Summit Recap

Last week, it was my pleasure to present my session geared toward introverted women for wiseHer's inaugural Business and Career Acceleration Summit. As an organization, wiseHer is dedicated to providing women the career advice, mentorship, and knowledge to push their entrepreneurial and professional dreams forward; I highly recommend it as a place to find support, … Continue reading [VIDEO] wiseHer Business and Career Acceleration Summit Recap

[VIDEO] Talking Introverts and Power with Linda Ugelow, Women Inspired TV

I've long written, spoken about, and generally advocated for, how introverts can find and stand in their power in a world that doesn't always value their strengths and gifts. Today, I want to share a recent TV appearance I did with Bedford-based public speaking and visibility coach Linda Ugelow. I'm so thankful to Linda for … Continue reading [VIDEO] Talking Introverts and Power with Linda Ugelow, Women Inspired TV

[PODCAST] Hashtag Higher Ed, Episode 35: What Does it Mean to Be Creative?

I do a lot of podcasting from the comfort of my own desk or couch, "real" pants optional. So it was exciting to share a few hours with Stephen App of eCity Interactive for their Hashtag Higher Ed podcast in studio, in Philly, real clothes and everything, during a recent conference trip. I was so … Continue reading [PODCAST] Hashtag Higher Ed, Episode 35: What Does it Mean to Be Creative?