Author Archives: Sarah Robinson

Connect, Grow, and Transform: Get Your Team Out of the Box

  Working from home can be a grind. For many teams who are accustomed to working alongside one another, this unprecedented time of working from home due to COVID-19 has…

Trust, It’s Needed Now More than Ever Before

In the blink of an eye, leaders were thrust into a new world . . . a world where they instructed their team members to pack up their office tools…

The Magic of Taking Risks

Step away from your comfort zone. No, it’s not a new idea. But it is one that deserves attention today more than ever. There is real magic to experience when…

The Magic of Taking Risks

Step away from your comfort zone. No, it’s not a new idea. But it is one that deserves attention today more than ever. There is real magic to experience when…

You Do You: Being Authentic Pays

Things are rapidly changing for all of us. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we find ourselves redefining how we work, exercise, shop, and socialize.  We are challenged to rediscover –…

Bring Sunshine, Not Clouds

  At long last, it’s March. This month promises us days that require sunglasses, the warmth of spring, and the potential of bursting bulbs and buds on our bare trees….

The JoyPowered Workplace Podcast – Tips for Leaders

A huge thank you to JoDee Curtis and Susan White for having me on their podcast. We touched on how I came up with the acronym FRESH (that I explain…

Improve Internal Communications in 2020

One of the 2020 trends is improved internal communication. The news makes me wonder: is this an amazing trend or just a fantastic goal? My gut tells me it’s a…

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…