Author Archives: Sarah Robinson

Show Gratitude and Appreciation for the Strengths of Others

As we approach our nation’s day of thanks, our Thanksgiving Day holiday on November 28, it makes sense to think about the strengths of our friends, colleagues, and family members….

Did You Miss Yesterday’s Podcast?

Two-thirds of American workers are not engaged at work – which is a serious problem for business, as employee engagement has a strong impact on overall company performance. I was…

Morales SkillUpBuildUp Podcast Part II – Grow or DIE!

So grateful to Kofi Darku of Morales Groups’ SkillUpBuildUp Podcast! Thank you to Kofi for having me back to talk about the lifelong challenge we have to grow! Growth can…

Morales SkillUpBuildUp Podcast – a FRESH perspective

Thrilled to be a guest on Morales Groups’ SkillUpBuildUp Podcast! Thank you to Kofi for being such a fantastic host! Kofi and I discuss the ways in which the workplace…

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…