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Improving Collaboration

Learn About Your Colleagues and What Their Departments Really do to Eliminate Silos and Build Relationships. I worked with a company where departments were siloed and cross-functional communication was fractured. Teams seemed to always be at odds and focused on…

Do You Walk the Talk?

Famed Indian lawyer, politician, social activist and writer Mahatma Gandhi is attributed with the quote, “Your beliefs become your thoughts. Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions. Your actions become your habits. Your habits become your values. Your…

Uncover and Challenge Your Unconscious Biases

Unconscious bias (sometimes referred to as subconscious bias or implicit bias) is something our brains naturally do to categorize information and make quicker decisions. Unfortunately, because our unconscious mind uses instinct, not analysis, it is fallible and, well, biased. We all have unconscious biases. They can be based on race, gender, weight, hair color, socio-economic status, job title, and more.


I want to acknowledge the outstanding work Kate did with my resume. From the wording and formatting and highlighting my skills, she really brought my resume to the next level, helping me land my next job.

Kate has also been an awesome mentor to me and is extremely understanding in any situation that may come across, either work related or on a personal development level. I have done so many training sessions with Kate in the past and they have always been very positive and well thought out.

Kate is also an excellent thinker and problem solver, and it is with great pleasure that I express my gratitude and appreciation for her.

K. Rader

I can’t thank you enough for all your help with my resume. It made a world of difference. After working on my resume, I received more interview requests and recently accepted an offer for a new position.

F. Iuzzini