What's New for May 2021
Has your business planning changed with the times?
The need to shift focus to employee health and well-being, remote team engagement, and continuing to provide caring and responsive client service is upon us. Please get in touch if I can assist your leadership team in navigating these challenges.
As always, I'm here to assist clients through consulting and coaching to advance organizational change, professional development, and bottom-line profit. Areas of expertise include:
- Create and clarify strategic growth plans and execution strategy
- Staff assessments to identify roadblocks, challenges, and development opportunities
- Manager development and coaching
- Update position responsibilities and job descriptions
- Improve hiring practices
- Revise reporting structure to optimize talent and efficiencies
Dalgona Whipped Coffee is my new sinful treat. Whether you enjoy it with hot milk or cold milk, it is a coffee milk shake. I doubled the recipe, poured it over a cup of warm milk in a tall glass, and drank it with a straw. Yum!
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, it’s time to drink that half a bottle of pre-mixed Margarita that’s been in the refrigerator way too long! While imbibing, we will make one of our two favorite and easy Mexican dinners. Oven-baked Chicken Fajitas and Zesty Salsa Chicken.
We have over 100 recipes on our Josmo’s Café page. Many great dishes and sweets to make and enjoy!
Energizing Moments - Who knew wedding crashers are a real thing? We visited with the bride and groom after their wedding. Thank goodness they had the foresight to hire security (think men in black) for their private-venue wedding. Six uninvited people attempted entrance to the wedding! John and I googled to learn more about wedding crashers. There are very funny published rules and hilarious stories. Here are some first-hand wedding crasher stories I thought you’d enjoy.
Energizer Moments - Tweets that educate and enlighten - Follow now
Thoughts of the Month
Busy doing nothing? Decide what's important to you then schedule your time. The other stuff miraculously goes away.
Just answer the question. The question, "What time is it?" does not require telling me how to build a clock.