Uninformed corporate mandates drive me crazy. For example, a comment was made in an online chat group that a boss had instituted “working lean” Continue reading
The need for an exchange planted me at the gift-wrapping counter at the local mall. I dreaded the holiday shopping crowd. When I arrived, Continue reading
To stay alive as an organization depends more on relationship than revenue.
Leadership in these times must inspire enduring engagement while balancing both results and people. The question is: what do you as a leader personally and professionally want to inspire? Continue reading
So much talk about leadership that one can become mesmerized simply by the flow of repeated tenets and startling efforts to proclaim some “new” magic bullet to success. Let’s simplify. Anyone’s leadership can be judged by Continue reading
Leadership tenets are extolled in great abundance; a plethora of google links lead to workshops, seminar sales brochures, consultants’ blogs, and water cooler discussions that now go viral at the click of a tweet. Yet the cry for meaningful leadership Continue reading
There is a part of every human soul that wants to control someone else rather than collaborate. That temptation being known has spawned management comments we have all heard such as Continue reading
Question #1: Individuals are the key to improving relationships.
Answer #1: False Continue reading
Life comes in fragments that can bring wonderful memories and launching pads for the next fragment to be lived. On this year’s To Stop List Continue reading
364 days a year a twinkle is:
• sparkle in the eye.
• a gleam that varies continually between bright and faint.
• a glimpse of light amongst the branches of the fir tree.
Then comes Christmas Day when a twinkle becomes a Santa expression or ornament sparkle that brings only delight, merriment, and shear joy! Continue reading