Strategic Ethical Solutions, Int., LLC.

"Leadership Grounded in Ethical Practice"


Phone:

513-544-9408

Location:

151 West 7th Street

Cincinnati, OH 45202

WELCOME TO SES BLOG


I'm delighted that you have visited my blog page. It is the new website for, Strategic Ethical Solutions, International and it signals a new era for our company.

As you peruse the pages of the site, you will see many references to the philosophy that our company is founded upon. I believe it is essential for leaders to set a tone of ethical behavior as they take their organizations forward. Bad behavior doesn't always catch up immediately with people who take the wrong path, but it does, eventually, always come to light. And the price that the organization, their personnel, and the people they serve pay is very high.


I am excited to be offering services to match high performance with behavior that is above reproach for our clients. It is very rewarding to be part of the success in our clients' lives and to see the rewards that are realized as they grow and develop their skills. Come and see what SESI can offer you!

  • I had the privilege of attending the, Forging Partnerships for Inclusive Excellence Symposium, which was hosted by Northern Kentucky University October 13-14. It was an energizing, thought-provoking, meaningful experience for all involved. I was honored to lead a workshop entitled, A Blueprint for Effective Diversity and Inclusiveness in Higher Education. I was pleased to share my work, and not at all surprised to come away learning so much. It was especially meaningful, as NKU is my undergraduate Alma Mater. As a first generation college student, I well remember the fourteen years it took for me to accomplish my Bachelor's degree, and the role that the faculty and staff at NKU played in my ability to finally walk across that big stage. All these years later, I still find myself emotional when I crest the hill and see my university before me. It literally is coming home for me.


  • For the last decade or so, "wellness" has been a buzzword of sorts in the workplace. It began with organizations working towards helping employees achieve a more positive physical state of wellness. But as we all now know, wellness is all-encompassing, with physical, spiritual, and emotional elements as well. A broader look at wellness certainly must include mental health issues. Wellness has become a goal for the workplace. And it is a big one.


  • In 2009, George Clooney starred in the film, "Up In The Air."  He played the role of an external consultant retained by companies to come in and deliver bad news to their employees.  His only job was to assist in downsizing companies, and to that end he met one on one with employees who had been marked for termination.  As their meeting took place, the employee's office was cleaned out, and they were quietly escorted from the building.  Some were in shock.  Some sobbed.  And one elegant lady calmly remarked, "There's this beautiful bridge by my house.  I'm going to go jump off it."


  • I can't tell you how many times I am sharing a story, and the person I am talking to has an astonished reaction.  That is usually followed by, "Did you make that up?!"

     

    I couldn't begin to make up the incredible experiences I have had by simply talking with people that cross my path.  I have found that being an Executive Coach is not really a job.  It is much more a lifestyle, and when you live your life in a way that allows what you are passionate about to shine through, amazing things happen.


  • For the last decade or so, "wellness" has been a buzzword of sorts in the workplace. It began with organizations working towards helping employees achieve a more positive physical state of wellness. But as we all now know, wellness is all-encompassing, with physical, spiritual, and emotional elements as well. A broader look at wellness certainly must include mental health issues. Wellness has become a goal for the workplace. And it is a big one.


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