Reboot – Leadership and The Art of Growing Up by Jerry Colonna Reboot was by far my favorite read on leadership in 2019. It is honest, raw, and full of soul, it invites leaders to face their inner being. The book opens up the possibility for
Achieving your goals starts with defining them When I meet with a new client and they want to set goals, the first step is one of self-discovery. Meaningful goals come from knowing oneself – your best source of wisdom. Aside from being candid with your
Successful leaders know how to face their resistance and use change as a catalyst for growth As we move into a new year, and a new decade, thoughts of change and transformation can be prominent. As a leader, this can be an obstacle or an
Forbes CoachesCouncil Is an Invitation-Only Community for Leading Business and Career Coaches Jan 9, 2020 — PoYee Dorrian, MCC, has been accepted into Forbes Coaches Council, an invitation-only community for leading business and career coaches. PoYee was vetted and selected by a review committee based
Tips and tricks for busy professionals You likely know that books, podcasts, and more can be downloaded and enjoyed on your time – but are you doing it? As a busy professional with a young family, I fully understand the time constraints that many of
Recognized as the father of Chinese philosophy and culture, Confucius belief in virtues in relation to ethical and moral codes permeated China as the fiber of her becoming. The central doctrines include five virtues: benevolence (Rén), righteousness (Yì), etiquette (Lǐ), knowledge (Zhì), and integrity (Xìn).
High-Context Culture In brief, culture, as supported by a set of values, is characterized by elements of beliefs, symbols, and behaviors. In a high-context culture such as Chinese, culture is relational, collectivist, intuitive, and contemplative. Chinese highly value interpersonal relationships. There is a general assumption
Imagine the following… How would you like to be told that your silence is valued more than your voice? Can you imagine spending your formative years being surrounded by the idea of ‘silence is respect’? How about learning meant memorization instead of questioning and having