My ongoing goal of continual growth started with one objective - to learn from everyone and apply those lessons to my life. My life is dedicated to understanding how I can better help others, and that’s why I’ve travelled all over the world.
To take a step back, it all started with Dale Carnegie. I took the Carnegie course after three years in Australia and embraced the methods and philosophies behind it. I embraced them so much, in fact, that I dedicated my life to them. I became a partner with Dale Carnegie because I saw the impact the program had on careers around the globe. It was a genuinely enlightening moment in my professional life. In fact, it was a legitimate moment of clarity.
This path led me to become a consultant for various organizations, acting as an HR partner as I developed partnerships for my clients. I had the opportunity to travel the world and work with amazing people everywhere.
But why Carnegie? My passion is to learn and share what I’ve discovered. It’s to take away an experience from every situation and apply it to my life and the lives of my team members. You won’t learn if you remain stationary, and I want to learn and grow. Ultimately, my position now is a way for me to provide for people and make their lives better. I do so by uniting individuality and fostering outstanding culture. I’d rather be a leader than a pusher because people respond positively to it. After all, if I’m not energized and committed, why should my team be?
I am who I am because of because I’ve had the opportunity to be a student of different cultures around the world. I don’t see myself as a CEO. I don’t see myself as an executive. I see myself as a resource for my team and my clients. If I can’t serve them, I’m not doing my job.
And if I can’t serve you, I can’t say I’m doing my job, either.
We offer professional learning and development services, organizational development consulting, talent management, coaching, and many other professional services. We believe that businesses should have the opportunity to be the best leaders they can be.
What do you like most about your profession?
What questions do clients most commonly ask you? How do you respond?
Describe a recent client engagement or project.
What are 3 attributes you need to be successful in your industry?
What are the most important things to consider when hiring a service provider in your field?
How are you different than others in your profession?
What are your biggest professional influences (books, mentors, events)?
How do you typically handle disagreements with clients?
420 E. Waterside Dr. Chicago, IL