Author: Donna-Marie Rowe I gazed through the window of my restroom at work not sure what I was looking for. It was one of my two-minute moments when I paused to think and change the scenery. Half-Way-Tree Road was busy as usual when my eyes caught a young man walking along the sidewalk. He approachedContinue reading “How Can I Help?”
Author: Donna-Marie Rowe I peered eagerly through the window to catch a glimpse of the view. I had not seen my backyard in daylight for a few days because I was leaving home every morning before daybreak to beat the traffic and get the children to school early. Now, I was staring at my mangoContinue reading “They Don’t Look Like Much”
Author: Donna-Marie Rowe The walls hugged me as I took refuge in the 3ft x 4ft restroom designated just for the CEO. I needed time to just be and not let my Assistant see that I was getting emotional because she dared to show concern for me, the CEO. She gifted me with a smallContinue reading “The CEO’s Restroom©”
Author: Donna-Marie Rowe It was a defining week. The events were emotional, senseless, challenging yet there was growth. There was outrage on display about the senseless killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. I knew that the situation was in need of leadership at the highest level. Can’t they see that there needsContinue reading “Growth Emerging from Pain”
Author: Donna-Marie Rowe I read recently that leaders should not take questions personally. It gave me enough reason to pause. This global crisis has turned the spotlight on how world leaders provide answers to the media in live press conferences, interviews and digital town halls. I have also witnessed how questions have the capacity toContinue reading “ANY QUESTIONS?”
Notes of appreciation between a guest and a hotel room attendant reminds us that there is virtue in valuing others and little things matter.
Author: Donna-Marie Rowe While on a trip to St. Vincent, we heard a story that resonated with every listener. The rapt audience consisted of participants in a seminal Leadership Development Programme under the Caribbean Leadership Project. The main characters in the story were a beggar and baker. The beggar had a familiar response to theContinue reading “Think, Act and Go Beyond Yourself…”