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Vice President of Global and Channel Partnerships

For Jaime, there is nothing better than spending her days helping others become the best versions of themselves. She has spent the better part of a decade working and leading within Fierce in a sales and marketing capacity, focusing on how clients can implement and drive results through having conversations central to their success.

Recently, she has taken over leading the Global and Channel sales for Fierce, with a specific focus on scaling non-us growth and supporting Fierce’s vision to change the world, one conversation at a time.

How to Overcome the Most Common Training Sustainability Roadblocks

In my experience with prospective and current Fierce clients, one of the greatest leadership training-related concerns that surfaces is ...
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How to Intentionally Build a More Inclusive Workplace

In Daniel Pink's book When he points out there are 86 days when making a fresh start is particularly effective. The first day of each month makes up 1...
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How to Recover from a Transparency Mistake

I’ve had the pleasure of leading our global work — either through new market expansion, international partnerships, or through our domestic U.S. clien...
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4 Tips to Sustain a High-Performing Global Team

What comes to mind when you think of autonomy?  You might imagine your team engaging in solo work that they know how to do and you don’t need to ...
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Actionable Tips to Make Learning Stick

During the quest for self-improvement, the age-old struggle I often find myself thinking about time and time again is, how do you adopt new behaviors ...
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How to Say What You Really Think in a Toxic Environment

Let’s have some real talk for a moment: Have you ever told someone —your boss, a colleague, customers, or your spouse — what you thought they wanted t...
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Confronting Your Boss Doesn't Have to Be Scary

Confronting someone is scary. It can be even scarier to confront your boss. Often the anxiety you feel is strong enough to make you want to bury your ...
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4 Ways to Resolve Performance Issues in the Workplace

As a leader, you’ve ideally built a relationship with each of your team members. You’ve likely swapped stories about your families, collaborated on su...
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How to Get the Most Success Out of Your Fancy New Job Title

Last spring, I got a fancy new title: Vice President of Global and Channel Partnerships. This new fancy title also came with the task to support our c...
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Leadership Tips: Practice Coaching

In our Fierce Coaching module, the goal is to ask questions in order to help an individual work through an idea or issue, in order to find a new path ...
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Leadership Tips: Think Outside the Box

It’s easy to fall into a pattern. It’s only natural to apply your knowledge of a process, that you know works, to similar projects. You might think to...
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Training vs. Learning - An Event vs. a Process

Each month Fierce gathers together as an organization to share what has impacted us over the month. It's a time to reconnect and re-energize. This wee...
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Peer Development: 3 Reasons to Help Other Leaders Be More Effective

Most leaders are not opposed to receiving feedback or learning from others. However time is precious, and with so much to do, continuing to develop yo...
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Is Leadership a Thankless Job? 3 Ways to Change That

When doing research for this blog, I looked for studies and articles that focused on the importance of telling leaders thank you. Truth is there’s not...
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Leadership Tips: Speak to the Unspoken

Part of having conversations that go deep is the ability to identify when, in a conversation, there is something that is being unsaid. This is about o...
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