Michelle’s Vision for Leaders: Setting the standard for leadership in the digital age by leading change through collaboration and inventing new ways to create value. Today’s leaders blaze trails, broker capability and connect by sharing their story. They are role models that care about people and outcomes. They have the courage to do what is right even when no one is looking. Digital age leaders have influence because of who they are and not from a title in a box on an organization chart.

Michelle’s Mission is to:

  1. Serve today’s leaders by changing how they lead themselves and others
  2. Provide a unique leadership model as a guide for learning
  3. Provide hope for emerging leaders seeking informal learning options
  4. Get the conversation started so trailblazer leaders can leave their legacy
  5. Help older and younger workers relate to each other’s viewpoints
  6. Transform traditional project managers into change leaders

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Recent Blog Posts

Your behavior speaks for you

Do I treat people with respect? Do I speak up when I see someone being mistreated? Do I quietly bring calm to a volatile situation? Do I lead by my actions? Am I the role model I want to read more...

You’re the boss of yourself

Own it! Don't blame others for decisions you

Hold conversations in confidence

People tell me things all the time. They trust me with their thoughts, their ideas, and their read more...

Seek advice, listen, and reflect – but do what’s right for you

We're all on a personal journey. We make choices based on our perspective. I ask advise from people who I admire, who I trust, and who I believe care about me. read more...

We teach people how to treat us

Just yesterday a co-worker said "I need to stop saying yes to everyone!". Does this happen to you? Do you say yes and later wish you said no? Do you feel like people take advantage of read more...

Never take your network for granted

Early in my career a mentor advised me to be deliberate about networking. He said to pay attention to how much time I spend building relationships. Getting things done is important, but taking time to develop a network is just as read more...