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Nicole Trick Steinbach

Nicole Trick Steinbach is a global career coach and change management consultant. She is known for inspiring change through deep connections, brave insights, and radical responsibility. She’s worked in over 25 countries and lived in Europe for over 13 years before the mountains of Colorado called her name. She said goodbye to a snazzy corporate title, Senior Global Director of Change and Communications, in August 2019. She is now nurturing her coaching and consulting business focused on inspiring others to embrace their natural, unique fierceness so that, together, we transform the world.

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Transforming Accountability strengthens Socialised Mavericks

Reclaiming, Transforming Accountability Strengthens Socialised Mavericks and encourages you to work less! You have most likely been taught a form of accountability that drives you towards burnout, especially if you have been socialised as a...

Brave Leadership after Lay-offs 

Brave Leadership after Lay-offs. In 2023 we’ve seen a rash of lay-offs across industries, directly impacting over 250,000 people globally (as of March 2023). Most of the companies laying off people are also reporting significant...

The common is holding you back

The common is holding you back, embrace normal instead. Just because something is common, doesn’t mean it is normal. In fact, our societies are deeply confused about what is normal and what is common in a few, very important...

This summer I learned

This summer I learned – again – to drink my own champagne and it spilled all down my shirt. Metaphorically speaking.  Meaning: I remembered that I have to role model what I preach. In this cause,...

From Grief to Jazzed

From Grief to Jazzed. Wilful intention, bravery, and you. In October I wrote about the grief of 2020, about what we have lost and what we grieve. If you are like me, the list may have grown. Mine did and now counts souls of loved ones.

Remaking the Grief of 2020

Remaking the Grief of 2020. I am grieving. I bet you are too.  The Grief of 2020 can be found within the disruptions created by the ‘Great Pause,’ the movement Black Lives Matter, and the loss...

Self-care the maverick way

Self-care the maverick way. Anyone else just utterly exhausted? And utterly exhilarated? On the same day? Are you too experiencing anger & joy in the space of a few minutes? Go ahead, nod your head, call out...

Like Picard it’s your choice

Like Picard it's your choice. We have powerful tools: openness, optimism, and the spirit of curiosity. all they have is secrecy and fear. And fear is the great destroyer.Jean-Luc Picard, (www.magicalquote.com) This article starts with a...

What you lose may be what you gain

What you lose may be what you gain. Once, many moons ago, I lost out on a job – an impressive job – because I wasn’t “aggressive enough.” I sailed through all the interviews, aced...

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Animals, autism and acceptance. Peta was one of my first real friends as a child. I could talk to her, play with her. She always listened...

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There’s a Price to Success. One of The 25 Most Important Things I’ve Learned Recently, one of the members of my CBIG groups suggested I...

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Is leadership presence innate? In this episode Judith Germain and Katherine Lazaruk discuss professional presence and leadership beyond stereotypical norms. Key Takeaways Leadership presence is innate and...

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