Has this ever happened to you? I was at the gym yesterday on the Stairmaster when I saw a woman I thought I recognized named Linda. Within a nanosecond, though, I realized it could not be her because she passed away this past Fall. But then my brain shifted instantly into remembering Linda’s wonderful life
To Collaborate Think “Outward” – 6 Skills
The best collaborations come from “bridging” collaborations where people with different skills, experiences, and approaches get involved.
The 8-Cs of Our Company Culture
For these 8 Cs to become a reality you need to have the right people in the right roles.
What Harry Potter Can Teach Us About Us
Steve reflects on the comparison of the “Sorting Hats” scene and how this can apply to personalities.
When Do We Get Small?
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
Leaders Beware – Google Done Taught Me Everything I Know
Google done taught me everything I know. I have been a defendant in only one court case. Sadly, that case contributed to my loss of interest in teaching college and is directly related to today’s topic. I’ll tell you that story later. When our founding leaders formed the United States, they wrestled with this paradox
Job Quitting is a Symptom of Low Resiliency
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.