Patti LaBelle taught me something about leadership in Kansas City

Patti LaBelle taught me something about leadership in Kansas City

Life sure can deliver a lesson in the unlikeliest of places. What I learned about leadership from Patti LaBelle was totally unexpected. It’s sort of a sickness. Well, not really, but I tend to see team dynamics everywhere I look – even in my “down” time.  Remember that little boy…

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Prepare for Online Training

Prepare for online training before the training and things will go much smoother. I can’t wait to share my training checklist – How to get ready for your training webinar!

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The Orange Leadership Style

Let’s talk about the Orange Leadership Style in this post. Also, if you not sure what in the world I’m talking about with True Colors, click here. The Orange temperament (#personalitytypes) tends to be flexible, easy-going and naturally open to change. They are rarely bogged down with the struggles of life….

The Green Leadership Style
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A Gold Temperament Manager

Are you ready to learn about the manager with the Gold Temperament? Wait!  If you not sure what in the world I’m talking about with True Colors, click here. Did you catch my previous blog post about the easy-going, peaceful Blue temperament and it’s implications on leadership? If not, check it out…

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What is True Colors?

Have you wondered: What is True Colors? Simply put, True Colors is an excellent great take on temperament research.  You’ll find it to be very similar to Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®), but  It associates color with temperaments. I’ll tell you, temperament research has been a HUGE factor in how I…

Difference between team-building and team cohesion

Difference between team-building and team cohesion

#teambuilding #teamcohesion #managers When I’m contracted to facilitate True Colors™ team-building workshops, I often ask the client to explain their goals for the training. This information helps me customize my content to meet their needs.  It also helps me understand their overall expectations of the training. More often than not,…

Your Personality and Your Leadership Style

Your Personality and Your Leadership Style

Let’s ponder Your Personality and Your Leadership Style. Managing people can be tricky. No, it is tricky.  There are hurdles, challenges and a multitude of tests.  If you ever Google terms like “being a good manager” or “tips for managers”, hundreds of results surface. Some are good.  Others are worthy of…

Training Kansas City Youth to be successful

Training Kansas City Youth for Success

I’m a better “aunt” than “mom” …when it comes to other people’s kids, that is. Allow me to offer some context. Training Kansas City Youth is my skill; ongoing opportunities and supports are not. Over the years, I have developed a great reputation for  delivering engaging, effective and fun True Colors training in…

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