develop clarity and commitment
Workshop Design & Facilitation
forward thinking and outcome driven
passionate about growth
Ep 05. Embody Your Personal Mission, Vision and Values with Colin Pinkney :: The Courageous Personal Leadership Podcast
In the final episode of season one, Corey and Sharma introduce Principle Four and talk with Colin Pinkney, Executive Director of the Harvest Center in Charlotte, NC, and the Chaplain for the NBA Charlotte Hornets.
Ep 04. Decide To Take Risks With Attorney C. Renee Little :: The Courageous Personal Leadership Podcast
In this episode, Corey and Sharma introduce Principle Three, and talk with Attorney C. Renee Little, Assistant Clerk of Court & Judicial Hearing Officer for Mecklenburg County’s Clerk of Superior Court.
n this episode, Corey and Sharma introduce Principle Two: Ask For What You Need, and talk with Evan Williams, Managing Partner at Pro Player Insurance Group.
Ep 02. Manage Your Internal Environment with Dr. Kareema Gray :: The Courageous Personal Leadership Podcast
In this episode, Corey and Sharma introduce Principle One: Manage Your Internal Environment, and talk with Dr. Kareema Gray, Department Chair and Program Director for the Bachelor of Social Work Program for the Johnson C. Smith University School of Social Work in Charlotte, NC.
In this inaugural episode, Corey and Sharma take a trip down memory lane and celebrate the moment they made “the decision. This decision would ultimately lead to the launch of their leadership development firm, M.A.D.E. To Lead.
The days of waiting to show leadership until you move into a formal or senior leadership role are over. The game has changed and professionals are expected to lead from where they are. The notion that leadership only comes from the person in the front giving orders is
As a new mom, I have learned that motherhood and leadership are very close cousins. In motherhood, similar to leadership, you must decide to jump in, trust your instincts, and commit to being your absolute best, while embracing your shortcomings and always seeking to
In life and business, the trait we absolutely cannot go without is Resilience. Merriam-Webster defines resilience as: the ability to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens or the ability of something to return to its original shape
I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.