Marguerite Ham

Tips for Transitioning after the Pandemic

Hope you all are well and getting outside to enjoy some of this Spring weather.  As my blog readers know, getting outside in nature to relax and renew is an important part of self-care. Don’t miss the Spring! And as we transition from Winter to Spring, it’s a good time …

Empathy in the Caring Professions

by Marguerite Ham Balancing Empathy and Burnout I recently read an interesting article in Quartz about the possibility that empathy could cause exhaustion and burnout. This can happen to anyone, but particularly to people in professions which involve caring for people in distress: the ill, the bereaved, the mentally ill, …

The 3 Keys to Servant Leadership

I just recently listened to a great webinar at www.MindfulLeader.org with Jacqueline Carter from Potential Project.  In her presentation, she talks about “Leading with Mindfulness, Selflessness and Compassion.” Here are some of the highlights from this webinar along with some additional and relevant information to becoming a more Servant Leader. Mindfulness …

5 Steps to Becoming More Productive Working from Home

Since the start of the Pandemic, we have found our selves working from home more often.  From conversations with many of my clients, I have found that they are struggling with focus while working from home, getting things done efficiently & timely, and integrating home and work life successfully.  Here …

Conversational or Directional Leader?

Are you a Conversational Leader or a Directional Leader?  I was watching a You Tube with two of my favorite authors and leaders, John Maxwell and Simon Sinek.  Two brilliant minds having a conversation around leadership.  Here is the link (1 Hour), worth the time. John Maxwell posed the question, …