Inspiring Management Tips

20 Unexpected Leadership Insights from Zuzu the Dog: Have Fun

The celebration continues! It’s been 20 years since I founded PeopleSense Consulting, and I’ve had the honor to receive inspiration from many wonderful people, experiences, and animals since. This month, I’m celebrating by sharing 20 unexpected bits of leadership wisdom I’ve recently gained from my adopted dog Zuzu, a joyful (but sometimes challenging) presence in my life. So welcome to…

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20 Unexpected Leadership Insights from Zuzu the Dog: Be Yourself

This September marks the 20th year of PeopleSense Consulting! It seems fitting to celebrate with a bit of animal wisdom, inspired by my adopted dog Zuzu, who has enough exuberance for all of us! So this month, I’ll take you through 20 unexpected insights this small but mighty dog has brought to my life (in a whirlwind!)…

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Zuzu Dog-Inspired Leadership Lessons

Zuzu: A whirlwind of lessons helping me celebrate 20 years at PeopleSense

Last December, my husband and I agreed to foster a young dog described as both “sweet and wiggly.” She was being transported to our local area in Pennsylvania from South Carolina. She had been staying there for a short period with a couple who found her as a stray, but they couldn’t keep her. That…

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Keeping Everything DiSC Dynamic

How to Keep Everything DiSC® Alive in Your Organization

Ever been to an awesome training that’s so inspiring and educational you leave super excited to put new skills into place? Then WHAM! You sit down at your computer and the normal deluge of emails, projects, and problems suddenly become the priority. All that you learned is sitting in your head, but you can’t find…

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Virtual Team Training PeopleSense Consulting

Virtual Team Training: It Works!

We all appreciate that in-person interactions can be stronger than those we have in virtual settings. It’s not just that body language is easier to read, but we aren’t dealing with technology issues, bad lighting, or audio glitches. So any managers wanting only the best results might wonder if virtual team training sessions are worth…

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Dreaming Big in 2021

Dreaming Big With My #Oneword This Year!

Many people have high hopes that 2021 will be better than the year we just ushered out. I certainly yearn to get back to some basic routines, like hugging a friend or being able to meet a colleague for coffee without concern of getting or spreading any virus. It’s those simple pleasures that often mean…

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Season's Greetings PeopleSense Consulting 2020

2020 Holiday Greetings (with our special extended PeopleSense team members)

This has been an unusual year but one filled with many wonderful things that some special members of the PeopleSense Consulting team want to share with you. Watch to see our greeting and be inspired (and entertained) by our furry friends. We appreciate all of you and are inspired by you. Here’s to your Graceful…

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Holiday Tree

The Promise of a 7-Foot Fir Tree

When you step back and think about bringing a 7-foot, live tree into your house and hanging trinkets on it, it seems a bit odd. Even more perplexing is how a Douglas Fir, standing indoors and isolated from its former forest mates, can offer a deep sense of human connection. But so it is. These…

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PeopleSense Consulting Named NHBSR Sustainability Slam Finalist!

PeopleSense Consulting was again named a finalist in the Small Company category for Workplace in the 2020 NHBSR Sustainability Slam! This annual event is full of great stories, that like ours, inspire businesses both big and small to take on the really important issues. We can be a force for change. Our story: When COVID…

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Graceful Giving 2020 Announcement

Giving Thanks & Graceful Giving

November brings with it one of my favorite holidays: Thanksgiving. It’s more than just delicious food and time to spend with people you care about (both very important!). It’s also a time to show gratitude. It feels especially important now to take time to recognize all the good in our lives. And I’d suggest that…

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