Author Archives: Sarah Robinson

Be Curious

Curiosity killed the cat, right? Wrong. Curiosity builds strong leaders and teams. Below are a handful of great ways  to remain curious about the world and reasons why curiosity helps…

Do You Have a BF at Work?

Saturday, June 8, 2019 is National Best Friend Day! Tomorrow I’ll be talking on WLIP Radio with Frank and Kim Carmicheal about how having a best friend at work can…

Thank You ‘FRESH Leadership’ Launch Partners

A huge thank you to the many individuals who made the launch of my newly released book, FRESH Leadership: 5 SKills to Transform You and Your Team, a success. While…

“FRESH Leadership”- Powerful New Insights and Tools for Today

What’s different about FRESH Leadership? Well, in short, it’s just better. Think of the differences we encounter with other things that are fresh or, conversely, stale – think of a…

Leaders Know How to Give Thanks

  It can be difficult to carve out time to thank our colleagues and team members. Leaders, as opposed to managers, make sure that giving thanks is a priority that…

Lack of Engagement Matters

Why Lack of Engagement Matters, Seriously This statistic-that a mere 1/3 of all workers in the U.S. are engaged – is OLD NEWS, to put it mildly. Most executives and…

Create a Trusting and Fair Environment

Trust is the foundation of good leadership and strong teamwork. Being fair and trustworthy is a leader’s first order of business. Squashing attempts by team members to create an unhealthy…

HNY! BTW: Goals Need to Be More than SMART

Happy 2019! Are you considering your New Year’s resolution(s)? If so, here are some tips that can instigate greater success. We all know about SMART goals, right? The acronym has…

Pre-Gaming with Santa: Harnessing His Strengths for the BIG DAY

Like so many long-time clients, Santa appreciates a bit of coaching before a major event. After a few years of experimentation, we’ve finally found that it works best to have…

Being Vulnerable Takes Strength

My work as a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach leads me to frequent discussions about focusing on one’s strengths. I know what you’re thinking, “Well, duh.” But hang in there with…