And what a year it has been!
Since this blog started, officially, two years ago, I have had over 16,000 viewers from the United States, with 13,000 views in the past year alone!. Last year, this time, I had viewers from 28 – in the past year, we have increased the viewership to 93 countries! It’s wonderful that the topics covered matter to professionals around the world. I am hopeful that we will continue to add more topics that transcend country and profession.
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The Management Plan
In the past year, I began to add more posts about the emotional toll of a long-term job search, the challenges of asserting yourself in the workplace and a series that explored what I wish I had been told when I assumed a number of professional roles. In the coming year, I plan to explore how to infuse your values into your work and how to add it to the trainings you do with your staff. I plan to start the coaching part of my business, based on the Management Plan model I have developed.
I added the e-store and a number of items to purchase. It was exciting to develop both free and low-cost items to help support student leadership and and professional development.
In the past year, I published a book – The Tales of a Displaced Worker. Knowing I could write and publish one book helped me start the manuscript of one book – and then another. None of this would be possible without the readers of the blog, giving ideas for topics to explore.
When I began Leadership and Values in Action two years ago, it was in response to a dramatic shift in my professional career and what I believed I would be doing in the future. It took me months to realize that who I was and what I believed didn’t change – just the venue in how I decided to do it.
And making Leadership and Values in Action work is what I have decided to do.
If there is any way I can help support you and you explore leadership and values or how to put them into action with your staff, students or yourself, please reach out to me. I look forward to the growth for the remainder of 2020 and what the future looks like for me! And thank you for being part of that journey!