Author, speaker, and advocate for organizational health.
Leadership is my jam.... it's what I love to do!! I've spent over 25 years working on my craft, leading people, teams, and departments at some of the most beloved brands of our time like Apple, Starbucks, A&W, Boston Pizza, and Workopolis (now Indeed.com). I also completed a Master's Degree in Leadership with a research focus in interdepartmental stakeholder collaboration, with a specialization in the franchise environment. My first book, The Great Resignation - How Coaching and Appreciative Leadership Can Help You Win the War for Talent, became a top seller in its first 30 days because it gets to the heart of what people want from their workplaces today and how you can enhance your organization to meet these changes head on helping you attract and retain the best available talent.
The world of work is changing fast. The transition to a remote or hybrid culture, the introduction of Gen Z into the workforce, and the skill gap that exists amongst leadership teams to adapt in meaningful and sustainable ways are top of mind for many employers. In the midst of all this change, one thing remains the same, organizations that continue to invest in the skill-building and professional development of their leadership teams cultivate a high-performance culture that people want to be a part of.