Executive coaching & consulting
Dina is a frequent contributor to leading business publications including Forbes and Fast Company.
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Healthy conflict on teams can be the birthplace of new ideas, ways of seeing, stronger relationships, and team unity.
Originally published in Fast Company.
Strategies for how to think about networking differently, to offer real benefit to others, and build a strong and effective network.
Is being the expert holding you – and others – back? Here are 5 strategies to cultivate curiosity and career growth.
Now is the time to let go, be thankful for little things, laugh whenever you can, and be kind to yourself.
Leaders know they should be strategic but struggle to find time. Here are 4 ways to pull out of the weeds.
Covid-19 and the global tumult of 2020 have led many to a reflective place and search for meaning.
Originally published in Forbes.
Research shows hobbies can make you more competitive in the workplace and help stave off burnout.
Reaching your peak performance comes down to finding a happy medium between too little and too much pressure.
A micromanager can stunt your professional growth. Here are five ways to get your boss to stop hovering and delegate more meaningful work.
Resilience takes shape in a healthy balance between optimism and realism in this paradoxical thought process.
Transitioning into a new company as a leader during a pandemic, when everyone is virtual, makes an already challenging time even more so.
Originally published in Fast Company.
As an executive coach reading plenty of research, I know we are more creative, productive, and resilient when we feel more positive.
To develop fresh, novel ideas that turn into amazing projects, you must make mental space.
Losing a work colleague can be jarring and disrupt your day-to-day routine. To move forward, take steps to funnel your emotions into product
In the wake of the pandemic’s economic damage, how well is your personal brand helping your employabilty and long-term image?
If you're a leader, you already own a leadership brand, whether you've thought about it or not. Is it the brand that you want?
Before your colleagues and direct reports can speak honestly with you, they must feel a sense of trust and safety.
Leaders on virtual teams need to go over and above the normal measures to build trust.
What do you want to accomplish in your career and how do you go about realising it?
Originally published in Accounting and Business.
Three things to manage the challenges we're facing now and emerge stronger.
Three simple ways busy leaders can easily incorporate practicing mindfulness into their days.
The ability to lead and communicate during uncertain times is an essential leadership skill – one that is especially relevant now.
Most leaders are afraid of delegating because it requires them to relinquish control.
Taking a break improves decision making, keeps you focused, and leads to better ideas.
Managing up with an absentee boss presents a unique dilemma. Here are 5 strategies to help you do just that.
Your manager plays a crucial role in your success, so it's critical to manage that relationship well.
Curious and believing that meditation would be “good for me," I started my journey 12 years ago...
There are many reasons to keep your word, especially in a professional setting where you could jeopardize your career.
Influence is a non-negotiable skill in leadership and business.
Engaged employees fuel productivity and profitability for company.
The tendency to hold oneself back in meetings, especially when feeling uncertain for any reason, is not uncommon.
Chris, a senior leader at a tech firm, was struggling to "balance it all" and feeling stressed, exhausted and frustrated.