Why I Chose “Collaboration” as a Core Value

JanicAbout Ripple Effect, Collaboration, Core Values, Values-Based Leadership0 Comments

As a leadership consultant, I aspire to create collaborative and rewarding experiences to empower and inspire teams. I decided to make “collaboration” an organizational value for Ripple Effect Leadership Consulting & Events because this is not only a personal core value of mine, but in my opinion an important part of any team. As a group facilitator, I believe in … Read More

True or False? The Only True Leadership Is Values-Based Leadership

JanicAbout Ripple Effect, Collaboration, Core Values, Dialogue, Organizational Leadership, Personal Leadership, Self-Reflection, Values-Based Leadership2 Comments

Remember back in 90’s (I’m dating myself) when the new catch word was “team” and “teamwork”. More recently “employee engagement” was the new buzz word. Simply using a new theory without a full understanding of it is like putting a new mission statement or list of values on the wall every few years and never referring to it again. In this … Read More

Guest Blogger Chris Asper, Skydiving and Deadpool…Oh My!

JanicCore Values, Fun, Guest Blog, Personal Leadership0 Comments

On June 8, Chris was Ripple Effect Leadership’s first guest blogger and shared his expertise and experience on: Life Decisions – Use a Compass. Learn a little more about Chris Asper’s witty and thoughtful take on leadership and life below: Is there a documentary, presentation or article that really changed the way you thought about leadership? My thoughts on leadership … Read More

Why I Chose “Fun” as a Core Value

JanicAbout Ripple Effect, Core Values, Fun2 Comments

                    As a Leadership Consultant, I aspire to create fun and rewarding experiences to empower and inspire teams. I decided to make “fun” an organizational value for Ripple Effect Leadership Consulting & Events because it’s important to me, not because we as humans need fun as much as need wholeness, but … Read More