Amy has learned a lot since publishing her first book and she shares some of her insights in the latest episode of Beyond Better with Stacy Ennis.
Amy speaks on the MGMA Insights Podcast as they discuss the steps that practices need to take to ensure they’re implementing a people-first culture.
Amy speaks with Sam Lesante about what Cairn Consulting Solutions is all about.
Amy speaks with Business Coach Lisa Kuecker about the importance of Leadership.
Amy speaks with Business Coach Lisa Kuecker about the difference between a good leader and a bad one.
Amy speaks with Business Reinvention Strategist Patti Mara about what it means to Grow Your People to Grow Your Business.
Amy speaks with The Entrepreneurial You host Heneka Watkis Porter. When we think about science perhaps the idea of something quite challenging and lab-like comes to mind. But what about the idea of using science to make good business decisions such as building your ideal team?
Amy provides an action plan on how to improve your emotional intelligence, helping you navigate stressful situations and difficult times.
Amy Lafko, founder of Cairn Consulting Solutions, is a leadership and organizational design expert, mainstage speaker, author, and advisor.
Amy Lafko is a keynote speaker, author, consultant, founder, and CEO of Cairn Consulting Solutions developing leaders and teams through training programs and advisory work. She lives by 2 mottos: “Grow Your People to Grow Your Business” and “Every Problem is a Chance to Build a Relationship.”
September has become a target date for a lot of organizations to implement their “new normal” in the workplace. Whether you have chosen an all-digital, in-person or hybrid option for your team, there are things to consider beyond technology.
“A company needs to create a profile of soft skill competencies that is most beneficial for each role. For example, certain roles require a higher level of competence with teamwork, decision making, or innovation.
Insight Article: Emotional intelligence or emotional quotient (EQ) has always mattered, yet assessment and development of EQ often falls to the bottom of the training pile.
I keep hearing people say, “I can’t wait until things go back to normal”. Why do we want to go back to the way things were? Let’s take this unprecedented opportunity to build “better normal” in the future.