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Passionate about leadership and innovation | Leader | Strategist | Negotiator | Speaker | Advisor

Why practical experience matters more than reading about it


Practical experience matters, a lot. If you have never done what you lead it is difficult to gain credibility and complete understanding of what it takes to successfully enable progress and new capabilities in those areas.

Your past is not your future


Your past is not your future. While your past has certainly contributed to who you are today, it does not need to be a limiting factor determining who you can become. Focus on what you can control, design your days around major priorities and goals and be disciplined about those efforts.

How do we begin to change?


Most people are more comfortable living with old problems than they are exploring new solutions.

Adapt, adjust and advance


Adapt, adjust and advance. Respect the past, learn from it, but don’t live in it.

Patience and grit


To succeed, one needs both patience and grit and here’s why.

Design your future


Design your future. Take a look at your past year and visualize and plan your next year.

Work hard, break up the routine and have fun


Work hard, break up the routine and have fun. It is this change in scenery that could bring you the new perspective and energy you have been seeking for.

Begin by acknowledging the possibilities


Begin by acknowledging the possibilities. Opportunities based on growth and fulfillment should never be easily dismissed out of fear, uncertainty or doubt. Try something new, it may be exactly what you have been looking for.

Take risks on people and help them grow


Take risks on people and help them grow. It is extremely important to enable people in their journeys of growth, advancement and fulfilment. When possible, look to promote existing staff based on organizational needs and priorities and individual capabilities and interests.

The long game – Episode 5 | Kathy Lang on focusing on the needs of others


The long game – Episode 5 | Kathy Lang on focusing on the needs of others. Podcast: “The long game” with Milos Topic – Episode 5 with Kathy Lang, Vice President of Member Relationships at the Tambellini Group shares her thoughts, ideas and experiences on solving problems by focusing on the needs of others first. Kathy’s passion for leadership, innovation and reimagining path forward is evident across a variety of positions throughout her career.

Kathy’s question for the audience:

► What changes do you anticipate taking place in higher education?