Tag Archives: legacy
You are the Steward of Your Legacy
Guest Post by Peter Giulioni I’m excited to share a guest post from a new blogger whose work I am confident you’ll appreciate: my husband, Peter Giulioni. He brings decades of management consulting, university administration, and life experience to this article on legacy. Coincidentally, I wrote a blog post on the same topic when Peter’s mom (my mother-in-law) died several years ago. So, I guess this is a topic that runs very deep in our family. I hope you enjoy Peter’s foray into blogging—and he welcomes your insight and feedback. When I first thought about writing this blog I, like …
Recently I had the honor of speaking at a remarkable event. My friend, Peg Ruppert, is a Partner with the Advantage Performance Group. She works with organizations to create Talent Optimization – aligning the people, processes and capabilities required to execute a business strategy. I’ve been fortunate to partner with Peg to support many of her clients with custom training. Peg holds an annual holiday give-back event to which she invites her clients. It’s a festive evening of food, fun, and a focus on a charity that her team has decided to support. This year it was the Karen Wellington …
What’s Your Legacy?
What kind of leadership legacy do you want to leave? While you are running the business and delivering results, don’t forget to build in some legacy metrics as well.