Guest Blogger: Ellice Darien’s “Aha” Leadership Moment

September 21st, 2017

Ellice Darien
My aha moment for leadership is what made me see that there was a difference between a leader and a boss. A leader to me is someone who see things, tries to predict, and also puts things in place. That way, if something must be done or a problem happens, things are in place so that they can have the right tools that they need to get things back in order.


Leaders in Training

September 9th, 2017

blogpost cover sheetLearning something new does not have to be complicated. Too often we assume that the best learning tools or training programs have a specific time frame or duration for effectiveness. But, with the digital era new information is available within seconds or less!

In fact, a 2015 study from Microsoft Corporation concluded that the average adult attention span is about 8 seconds. So, in other words, training programs should keep up with the times and get right to the point! So, today’s blog about leadership training is short and sweet.


Guest Blogger Shanna Kabatznick: When Your Vision Transforms You Into A Leader

August 31st, 2017

Shanna Kabatznick_RichmondVAWhen someone told me back in the summer of 2014 that one day my little FAB Friday event would grow into a business that impacts hundreds of women and I would be the leader, I said “No way!”

Yet, here we are three years later and my little FAB Friday event has evolved into a business, FABWOMEN, with me as its leader.

In my opinion, anyone can hold a fancy title but not everyone can be a leader. Leadership is earned by the respect of those around you and the influence and example you project. My evolution didn’t occur to me until I started hearing remarks from other women about FABWOMEN.  I had several “AHA” moments that helped me realize the impact I was making and the leader that was emerging.


Guest Blogger: Faulk Prioritizing While Leading

August 25th, 2017

Profile pic Guest Blogger Kaldejia FaulkLeaders always encounter memorable moments. This is relevant to you whether or not you are a leader in business or ministry. My most memorable moment while leading has been a formal diagnosed for depression and anxiety. This moment was a time filled with darkness, vulnerability, guilt, shame, and along a host of other fleeting emotions. 


An Interview with Cynthia Williams-Bey on Leadership

August 20th, 2017

ycynthiaBetween her roles as entrepreneur, mother, wife, and community advocate, Cynthia Williams-Bey and I connected for her to reflect about leadership. With an extraordinary insight about the expectations and complexities of leading others, she candidly shared about her moments, insights, and life lessons. What a fascinating leaders she is!