Safety Matters, Even Remotely

Not long ago, workplace inspections were a relatively simple process. Today, with the challenges of being physically present, complexity is an added element of  the process.  Regardless of these circumstances, there is still a vital need to complete inspections as they are a necessary element to an effective health and safety program. Periodic inspections help… Read more »

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The Silver Lining of a Crisis

By definition, it is impossible to imagine the unimaginable. But history has demonstrated time and time again that the unimaginable does occur.

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The Code to Finding Purpose and Power

As a surfer, I have spent tens of thousands of hours floating on the surface of the sea. Under the curved blue dome of sky, I have gazed optimistically toward the horizon looking for the unseen, trying to discern exactly where to catch the next wave, that band of energy created from the friction between… Read more »

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Character: Built Not Born

One of the most important attributes of leadership is character. Yet common societal constructs for character are often overly simplified and inappropriately deterministic.

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I am a Whistleblower! You Should Be Also

We are all experiencing the largest personal and global crisis of our lifetime. In such times, we are given, because of the confinement and the precious commodity of time, the opportunity to reflect on what really matters in our own lives and in the lives of others.

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Mastering the Four Abilities of Exceptional Leadership

For a decade now, I have been coaching executives from different fields, countries and cultures, successful men and women between the ages of 35 and 65. Coaching has become my art of connection, and leadership growth my passion.

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Starting a Journey Toward Homeless Solutions

The scenery was bold and breathtaking. The snow-covered mountains surrounding the city of Anchorage, Alaska, could not have contrasted more from my warm Mediterranean hometown of Genoa, Italy. It was January 27, 2001, and I came to the United States as an intern at an Alaska architecture firm.

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Building to Withstand a Crisis

he world is in the midst of a global pandemic, and with my agency operating on overdrive I am finding strength in a country music song. Through long days, and tough decisions, I sing, “The house don’t fall when the bones are good.”

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