Posts Categorized: Transitions

Mentoring – Guest Post

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The year was 2002; nearly ten years ago.  A lone twenty-one year girl peered out of her bedroom courtyard apartment window.  It was a bright September day.  The semester had begun; it would be her last at the University of Delaware.  But, she still had eight months to figure out what she would do once [...]

Dreaming Big – The Hawk Eye Veteran Program

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Achieving my vision meant developing The Hawk Eye Coach Training Program. So often we hear  “dream big” or “shoot for the stars” and yet real and “envisioned” obstacles stop us in our tracks.  A few years back when I began my quest to make a better world through helping businesses and professionals create sustainable success [...]

Helping Our Military Heroes Transition

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With the draw-down of troops comes the increased focus and attention on veterans transitioning into civilian lives. This past February I was honored to be chosen to facilitate week two of a three-week Veteran Transition program.  During my training I met a phenomenal facilitator, Joseph Almond.  Since then we have forged a friendship. He is [...]

Respect of the Circle

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I found a quote the other day and it impacted me greatly. And it reflected personal truths as well as  indirectly – to me -  how we can view sustainable leadership. Sustainability is about respect  – respect for all around us – respect for the systems that interact to bring life forth. Native American Quote [...]

What can $1 dollar do to help a Veteran?

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They understand crisis, resolution, critical thinking and teamwork. They need to understand more about transforming – staying part of who they are now – but also developing into a leader in the civilian world by gaining new skills. They deserve the opportunity to build a healthy, sustainable career just as anyone else does – but they start in a different place – from a different platform. They need specialized attention to help them with this transition. The workbook may just do that.