Deb Siverson’s blog is filled with personal and relevant information about transformation in the workplace.  She is a proponent for transparent and honest conversations between managers and employees, business partners, and teams for the purpose of meeting collective goals. Deb has always been a prolific writer, and uses blogging as a platform to discuss important topics like conflict, workplace engagement, happiness, collaboration, and diversity.  In these posts Deb will share her real-life experiences, insights, and candid thoughts about her work as a consultant, facilitator, and coach in corporate organizations and government agencies.

“I hope these entries offer you some value and insight, and I look forward to reading your comments.”

Posts

The Gift of Observation and Reflection

December 15, 2019

Monet said that “It’s on the strength of observation and reflection that one finds a way, so we must dig and delve unceasingly.” read more

Living Out-Loud

October 16, 2017

The reoccurring nightmare appears every few months to remind me of a fear I can’t fully grasp. In my dream, I'm running, from someone or something, that is rapidly closing in on me. Sometimes the circumstances change, but what always remains, is that I scream for help and nothing but a whispery-croak emerges from my throat. I have no voice, and I'm terrified. read more

The Four Success Factors of Millennial Leaders

May 18, 2016

Relay races are won or lost, based on how well the baton was passed. In 2016, some 3.6 million Baby Boomers will retire, and metaphorically pass the baton to 25% of working millennials who are slated to become managers this year. How well the baton is passed will determine if a company falls behind, stays the course, or wins the race. What are the top four strategies that will bolster the odds of a smooth transition? Below are the four things that millennial leaders want and need to run a successful race.   read more

Why Meaningful Work Matters

November 3, 2015

A month ago I posted, Millennials, Feedback, and the Dreaded Performance Appraisal. My intent was to prove that it’s time for a change in how performance is managed. I planned for the second post in the series to move the reader from “why” it’s important and on to the “how” it can be accomplished. But in the last few weeks I realized there was an important element that had been left untold. To be an advocate for leading and coaching through the lens of what creates meaning in the workplace, and to convince the reader read more

Mindfulness and Reflection

August 25, 2015

“It is necessary…for a man to go away by himself ... to sit on a rock ... and ask, 'Who am I, where have I been, and where am I going?” ― Carl Sandburg read more

Choosing to Live Intentionally

July 28, 2015

Everything about our lives is a choice, the question is, are we conscious or unconscious about the choices we make. We each can choose to flow through the day and let it happen or dig in deep and create a life that serves a greater purpose.  Maybe there is even a middle ground, a place that exists that is both flow and intention. read more

Assuming Greatness in Others

June 8, 2015

When we look for problems we can find them. When we look for greatness, it’s there for us to behold. read more

Being Transparent

May 13, 2015

“Being Transparent is the opposite of hiding an agenda, protecting one’s ego, or being insincere. At the same time, transparent leaders are strategic about information and share it with purpose and integrity.” read more

The Exponential Equation

March 24, 2015

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Take Your Coaching From Superficial to Sublime

February 10, 2015

“Employees don’t have clarity around their career aspirations or drivers of job satisfaction.” BlessingWhite’s January 2013 Employee Engagement Update Report. read more


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Transfer of Learning

In this recorded interview, Deb discusses the challenges of transferring learning back at the job. She offers insight and practical solutions to get the most out of systems learning strategies.