How Engineers (Unknowingly) Hold Themselves Back As Leaders

November 13th, 2017 | Nathalie Salles

Rising into your full potential as a leader is challenging no matter what industry you hail from. While most leaders, male and female, face similar challenges in that pursuit, I’ve more

How Strong Leaders Cope With ‘Cocky’ Young Employees

October 3rd, 2016 | Nathalie Salles

It’s a tricky spot to be in as a leader — you have a young employee who is technically strong, showing tremendous skill and promise and, because of that, you’re more

Great Leaders DON’T Chase ‘Success’

October 3rd, 2016 | Nathalie Salles

Achieving success — it’s the goal of all goals, yes? The Great White Whale of every impressive career. It’s the thing we all chase, strive for, and build our day-to-day more

Are You A Jerk At Work? (How To Know For Sure)

March 3rd, 2016 | Nathalie Salles

Let me ask you a question — Do you ‘play nice’ with others at work? I’m not talking about diligently trying to appease your boss. I’m not even talking about more

5 Key Shifts That Turn Engineers Into GREAT Leaders!

June 30th, 2015 | Nathalie Salles

I admit it — I have a professional soft spot for engineers. I respect them tremendously. Maybe it’s because I’ve coached so many of them over the years. I just know, more

How To Lead New Teams (Without Destroying Them)

May 20th, 2015 | Nathalie Salles

Congratulations! You’re the new ‘rising star’ executive, tasked with running a critical division of the company. Whether you were promoted from within or newly hired into the position, this is more

The REAL Reason Why Your ‘Professional Image’ Is So BORING!

March 18th, 2015 | Nathalie Salles

Recently, I had lunch with a coachee, and as I listened to her talk, something struck me that I found distressing … She was discussing her role in a high-profile more

Why That “Bad” Performance Review Is Actually GREAT For Your Career (Yes, Seriously)

February 10th, 2015 | Nathalie Salles

It can feel like a punch in the gut … that awkward moment when a performance review turns negative. Perhaps you saw it coming (at least on some level). Or more

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