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Unfuckwithable

January 26, 2023|

Unfuckwithable (adj.) When you are truly at peace and in touch with yourself, and nothing anyone says or does bothers you, and no negativity or drama can touch you. 😎 Unfuckwithable is my 2023 word of focus and intention. I shared it with the 300 fine folks that joined me at VMX for Lasso and Leadership, and they [...]

Humanizing Quick Shares

October 23, 2022|

Humanizing Quick Shares Humanizing Quick Shares Pic cred: Matheus Ferrero What is a critical attribute needed to lead today? A massive abundance of empathy. And what is one of the best ways to build trust?Β  Shared experiences. With both of these facts in mind consider creating a moment of shared humanity and lightheartedness before jumping [...]

Culture, Climate, and Trust

August 17, 2022|

Culture, Climate, and Trust According to Deloitte, organizations with inclusive cultures are 8x more likely to achieve better business outcomes. As we work towards making our workplaces more inclusive and welcoming it is important to create a common language and common understanding of key terms for all team members. Culture vs Climate Climate is what [...]

Hope and Optimism From The 2022 National Association of Black Veterinarians Conference

June 20, 2022|

Hope and Optimism From The 2022 National Association of Black Veterinarians Conference This past weekend I had the pleasure and privilege of attending the 2nd Annual National Association of Black Veterinarians Conference at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.Β  Cheers to Dr. Raphael Malbrue, Dr. Stara Robertson, and all of the amazing people [...]

Space for Racism in Veterinary Medicine

January 9, 2022|

Space for Racism in Veterinary Medicine "There is no space in veterinary medicine for racism." There is much I love about the shirt I'm wearing as I travel home from the 2021 AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference including: Danielle Lambert and the Snout School created it with proceeds going to the BlackDVM Network (cheers to Dr. [...]

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