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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

Act 1: Know where you're going

Are you still trying to figure out what you want to be when you grow up?  Are you struggling to find your place, a good fit, or your read more...

Smile and say thank you. #ChangeTheWorld and #LeadON!

Do you want to have a positive impact on the world? Do you want to live in a world where people acknowledge and respect each other? Start with a simple act that doesn't cost read more...

Be a coach and choose your coach wisely

It's time to name a personal development theme for 2017! Last year, I committed to learning about Holocracy. At the Change Management Institute, we built the agenda around member needs and let self-managed teams deliver - and they did!. If you did not "Do the thing you think you cannot do" (2016's Theme); then maybe a "Courage Coach" will read more...

Spend time on the things that matter

What matters to you? Is making holiday cookies important to you, or is it really time spent with someone special? Is having presents wrapped and under the tree what matters; or is it wrapping presents read more...

If it matters, make it personal

If the message matters to you, then put aside texting and Facebook. Talk to that person! Your sincerity is felt when you show read more...

Be nice to people

shutterstock_530467099Look at people, acknowledge them, and smile. Say "Thank You!"... and mean it. I participated in the Michigan recount this week. Some people were friendly; regardless of party affiliation. I expected that differences of opinion would not get in the way of being kind and respectful. My eyes were opened to a force of hate I had never seen read more...