The best collaborations come from “bridging” collaborations where people with different skills, experiences, and approaches get involved.
For these 8 Cs to become a reality you need to have the right people in the right roles.
Steve Wood discusses five attitudes he sees most often in people who contribute to sustaining a “Yes we can” culture.
When do you admit to yourself you have the wrong perspective? When do we get small? I heard a very cute story on a podcast recently that helps make this point. A woman was sitting in the middle seat on a plane and a cute little girl about five years old sat next to her
One of the problems with low-unemployment is that young workers find it too easy to quit and find another job – “job quitting”. What they do not understand is that quality employers recognize this pattern as a symptom of low resiliency and often pass on hiring them. At least that used to be the case.
Last week many Americans paid their final respects to George H.W. Bush, our 41st President. I had very high regard for President Bush, as many people here in the seacoast of New Hampshire and Maine did. Thousands of we locals met him, as I did four times including when I played one hole of golf
If you are like me I’m sure you have wondered what is the difference between a “normal” narcissist and a “dangerous” narcissist.