Meet The Bossy Bees

Just a few times in life you bump into another person whose energy jives with yours in a fun and creative way. We have so much in common and yet we are so different, which you’ll see makes the work more interesting and joyous.

We love brainstorming and building ideas that capture the “AHA!” factor. We help you discover your own strengths that have been waiting for you this whole time through honest self-reflection, a humorous look at failure and success, and revealing avenues designed to spark conversation. Our journey together is meant to build the understanding and confidence needed to break free from the things holding us back.

The Bossy Bees

Podcast  |  Blog  |  Workshop

We’re here to help you recognize all that you’ve accomplished. For all the times you were told you didn’t have what it takes or that you just aren’t ready, we know you are. Let’s uncover that skill and potential.

Podcast.

Join us for our weekly chat where we open up to discuss experiences that were incredibly joyous or had us doing a double-take and asking, “Did that just happen?” 

Blog.

Explore the jungles of work, life, love, relationships, and parenting. We invite you to go with us on this journey as we try to figure out how to succeed at work and care for and love our families and friends. 

Workshop.

Learn to discover your strengths and recognize your experience and expertise. We will help you find your strengths, turn failures into successes, and reveal the potential that you already have. Our journey together is meant to build the understanding and confidence needed to break free from the narratives holding us back.

Stacy W.

Stacy W.

The Visionary

“Hand me a blank sheet of paper and let’s build something beautiful.”

I believe great ideas are generated by imagination and good communication. When you build a solid trust between team members, you have built an idea engine. Innovation is rarely about a single idea or a single person. Innovation comes from many ideas created from many brilliant people working together.

My mission is to work with clients to plant seeds for the future of the business; innovation is always in the future! I am passionate about making improvements and creating positive change. When this passion collaborates with fellow innovators,

I studied and started my career in Marketing. I went back to school for an M.Ed in Instructional Design. My professional experience ranges from non-profit, to large enterprise. I feel most at home in the Small Business sector where innovation can positively impact not only the organization, but the surrounding community.

Kim C.

Kim C.

The Mastermind

“I’m drawn to the big picture. My instincts want tangible ways to get there and I find myself plotting from point A to point B.”

It is often the small nudges, consistent good work, and dedication that brings the desired change most organizations seek. There is joy for me in helping clients see that their goals are attainable, helping put a plan in place, and driving to attain them.

My experience and expertise in developing and managing learning programs gives me a great perspective on what works to reach users. Working with a variety of industries and organizations of all sizes, I am able to share practices and strategies with client’s top of mind concerns.

My MS in Adult Learning and certification for the Project Management Professional (PMP) are resources that I use daily to analyze situations, develop creative solutions, and make a plan to implement. Marketing brings a combination of opportunities that I’m passionate about: diving into a new subject matter, clear concise design, and working with technology.

How working parents manage childcare in a pandemic

As two full-time working parents in the middle of a pandemic, we have been feeling some new and unique pains in childcare over the past year. Kim and I are talking about the unprecedented year of childcare in a pandemic,...

Well-Rounded Living

The downtime experienced during the pandemic provided a unique opportunity to “slow down” for many of us. Desire to create a well-rounded living situation was strong among the masses. However, there was a general sense of misdirection and confusion when the question...

Stacy reflects on Allyship

Over the last few weeks, The Bossy Bees have been talking about some heavy topics related to race and bias, and today we tackle allyship. As we depart this body of work, for now, know that our journey is not finished. We continue, in our own ways to unlearn, learn,...

The Bossy Bees Talk about Racism

In today's episode, we continue our antiracist series with a conversation directly about racism. Through practice, Kim and I have created an open and honest space to talk to each other. We are talking about our experiences,...

The Bossy Bees Tackle Bias

In today's episode, we will be talking about implicit bias. We know it's a hot topic that often brings uncomfortable feelings to the surface, even for us. It's important to acknowledge this is hard for other people too, which is why we are committed to this practice...

Business is Personal: Corporate

“There’s work, and then there’s you.” The Bossy Bees continue the conversation in a two-part series on the famous Godfather perspective on business, “It isn’t personal, it’s business.” This harmful and detrimental approach...

Business is Personal: Entrepreneur

The Bossy Bees are tackling the famous Godfather perspective on business, “It isn’t personal, it’s business.” It’s time for entrepreneurs to debunk this harmful and detrimental approach to business! In the first of a two-part topic, we are talking about the importance...

Take Back Self-Care

The overlooked, underappreciated, and often misguided practice and application of self-care. The Bossy Bees are talking about what self-care really involves. Hint, Hint... it doesn’t involve a Mani or Pedi. We are talking about our own journeys and where we’ve been...

Breaking Down Barriers: Real World Experience for Leadership At Work

Stacy and Kim reflect on their work experience and the barriers that they’ve encountered with career advancement. As former coworkers, the two women share some of the common experiences many of us have faced at work. They probe some ideas on a few ways we (all of us!) can be recognized for the leadership experience and expertise we bring in to work in a way that is valuable to not only ourselves but the organization.

The Curious Food Experience

Food is the center of gathering across so many different cultures. Between Kim and Stacy’s cultural upbringing and backgrounds, they have been both the witness and recipient of bad food etiquette at a shared dinner table....

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