A “chameleon” consultant? Yes! There are some great qualities we can observe and learn from these transformative creatures as it relates to growing effective leadership and influence in our own professions. But before we dive into all that, a quick science lesson. Chameleons change colors by rearranging a lattice of nanocrystals in one of the … Continue reading A Chameleon Consultant – Learning How to Be Who Your Customers Need
Can an Introvert Thrive in a Career in Public Relations?
On several occasions, I’ve blogged about being an introvert and how this personality type impacts my personal and professional life in countless ways. Most people who meet me don’t believe I’m an introvert; after all, I’m not shy. For anyone else who is an introvert, you know that while introverted people can be shy, this … Continue reading Can an Introvert Thrive in a Career in Public Relations?
When an Introvert Takes a Family Vacation
The last week of June, we took a lovely family vacation to North Carolina where we enjoyed a week of fun in the sun with my parents, two sisters, their husbands and two toddlers. It was a full house! I wouldn’t trade these memories for anything in the world. However, this week was a reminder … Continue reading When an Introvert Takes a Family Vacation
I’m an “I”—Understanding the Inner Workings of an Introvert
One week ago, I would have considered myself an outgoing, social extrovert…but that was before I saw the results of my Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. According to this highly regarded test, I’m quite an introvert. Should this really come as a surprise to me? I mean, I did choose a career in which I work by … Continue reading I’m an “I”—Understanding the Inner Workings of an Introvert