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Mental Health is a Critical Part of the Workplace

As a leader, there has never been a more important time to reevaluate your commitment to your staff, and the value your organization places on their well-being.  Conversations about mental health and wellness no longer take place in the shadows. Mental health benefits...

The Heart of Our World- Celebrating Direct Support Professional Recognition Week

Direct Support Professionals - or DSPs - are the front line of support and the backbone of the programs and services Bancroft provides. They respond to an endless array of basic and complex needs with compassion and grit - helping those with severe challenges build...

We Saw the Light — Remembering 9/11

Twenty years ago millions of people were doing the same thing we are doing this weekend -- shuttling kids around to sports practice, running errands, enjoying time with family.  They didn’t know that the next day, on a beautiful...

Leading When Your Team Needs You Most

When you are leading a large organization that is responsible for people’s lives 24/7-in good times and in bad, during pandemics and hurricanes, and everything else that comes our way- you not only appreciate, but you treasure your team.  The people who come to work...

Ten Ways to Get Noticed at Work

                    You arrive at your new job excited by the opportunities to build your career.  You get to know your supervisor and your coworkers, but it's a very large company.  How will you ever get noticed? ...

Leading Through the Unknown ~ Finding Opportunities Along the Way

I hosted a CEO Roundtable recently with executives from different sectors who related the pandemic-related experiences and challenges they faced, and how, while still in COVID crisis mode, they are focused on the future and on creating their next normal. The...

A CEO’s perspective: What the crisis taught me

A typical week for me before COVID was 60 hours – in the office by 7am so I could get actual work done before the busy day started - and was filled with internal meetings, external meetings, conference calls and pop-in conversations.  There was always travel involved,...

Leaders are People, Too

Leaders are People, Too -- People look to leaders for clarity and strength in good times and in bad times. But during a crisis, leaders are also called upon to show emotion and demonstrate humility. Basically, to be human. We can acknowledge that the crisis is a...

Leading During a Crisis

Leading During Crisis  Our behavior during times of crisis, is the true test of a leader -- especially widespread and prolonged external crises that are out of our control.   We are all being overwhelmed right now with information and reading materials on COVID-19 and...

My Leadership Toolbox

My Leadership Toolbox  So...I was asked recently to describe my leadership style.  That seems like such a simple question, but in truth -- I have several leadership styles.  And, during the turnaround, I had to pull them out of my leadership “toolbox” as needed for...

Mental Health is a Critical Part of the Workplace

As a leader, there has never been a more important time to reevaluate your commitment to your staff, and the value your organization places on their well-being.  Conversations about mental health and wellness no longer take place in the shadows. Mental health benefits...

We Saw the Light — Remembering 9/11

We Saw the Light — Remembering 9/11

Twenty years ago millions of people were doing the same thing we are doing this weekend -- shuttling kids around to sports practice, running errands, enjoying time with family.  They didn’t know that the next day, on a beautiful...

Leading When Your Team Needs You Most

Leading When Your Team Needs You Most

When you are leading a large organization that is responsible for people’s lives 24/7-in good times and in bad, during pandemics and hurricanes, and everything else that comes our way- you not only appreciate, but you treasure your team.  The people who come to work...

Ten Ways to Get Noticed at Work

Ten Ways to Get Noticed at Work

                    You arrive at your new job excited by the opportunities to build your career.  You get to know your supervisor and your coworkers, but it's a very large company.  How will you ever get noticed? ...

A CEO’s perspective:  What the crisis taught me

A CEO’s perspective: What the crisis taught me

A typical week for me before COVID was 60 hours – in the office by 7am so I could get actual work done before the busy day started - and was filled with internal meetings, external meetings, conference calls and pop-in conversations.  There was always travel involved,...

Leaders are People, Too

Leaders are People, Too

Leaders are People, Too -- People look to leaders for clarity and strength in good times and in bad times. But during a crisis, leaders are also called upon to show emotion and demonstrate humility. Basically, to be human. We can acknowledge that the crisis is a...

Leading During a Crisis

Leading During a Crisis

Leading During Crisis  Our behavior during times of crisis, is the true test of a leader -- especially widespread and prolonged external crises that are out of our control.   We are all being overwhelmed right now with information and reading materials on COVID-19 and...

My Leadership Toolbox

My Leadership Toolbox

My Leadership Toolbox  So...I was asked recently to describe my leadership style.  That seems like such a simple question, but in truth -- I have several leadership styles.  And, during the turnaround, I had to pull them out of my leadership “toolbox” as needed for...

Toni Pergolin Interview with Small Business Advocate

Toni Pergolin joins Jim Blasingame to debunk the myth of non-profits by declaring that without a profit margin, a non-profit can't deliver its mission, plus leadership styles that are conducive to successful non-profit operation. [button...

Why I wrote the book?

Why I wrote the book?

Toni Pergolin, Author(Hmmm…how did that happen?) I was introduced recently as an author, and it took me by surprise. It was never something I aspired to. In fact, I’m a numbers person, numbers speak to me…not words! But I had a lot of good information to share. And,...

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