• White Pines…
    Our property is speckled with White Pines. I love them. They are majestic and gnarly with battle scars from the elements over the decades. They stand strong and tall and slightly less symmetrical than the other pines.  When spring and summer arrive, they gradually fade into the forest as the deciduous trees bud and begin …
  • Smell Smoke? Tips to Help Prevent Burning Bridges
    No one likes to be disappointed. As recruiters, as much as we try not to, there are times when we cannot prevent disappointing a candidate. Roles for which we are actively seeking candidates change, project funding changes, project direction changes OR the client may hire someone that seems of lesser experience, but for their own reasons …
  • PICK UP THE PHONE
    Recently, I found myself doing what many business people do, multi-tasking.  A talent we appreciate and find essential for survival in the work world, right?   I was busy “listening” on a conference call while scanning my inbox and responding to a few emails. In one exchange, I found myself on the receiving end of a …
  • Seeing Beyond the Here-and-Now
    I was recently asked about the keys to success and if there is a strategy for achieving goals. Of course, there are some key fundamentals like hard work, collaborative skills—and having a goal you aspire to reach. Whether it be a project at work or a life goal, you have to have a target in …
  • Remaining Positive Through Change
    Companies need people who remain positive while helping to manage and facilitate change.
  • Show Your Strength
    My husband and I were leisurely canoeing on our property in August enjoying the waning last days of summer.  On one of the big white pines is erected a huge eagle’s nest. We have been watching them all year as the young birds have grown to enormous proportion, now actually larger in body mass than …