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17Mar, 2017

There Is Much To Learn From Saint Patrick

By |March 17th, 2017|Miscellaneous, Uncategorized, Your Life|0 Comments

You don't have to be Catholic to admire and appreciate the life of St. Patrick - the Patron Saint of Ireland. He was born more than 1,600 years ago but his memory still lives on. It certainly doesn't hurt that his holiday is often a day of much fanfare and celebration for people of Irish background. Saint Patrick himself was known to enjoy a drink or two. However the celebratory aspect of the day should not overshadow the remarkable life and good works of the man.

20Feb, 2017

Leadership Thought #301 – President’s Day Is A Special Day

By |February 20th, 2017|Miscellaneous, Uncategorized, Your Leadership Role|0 Comments

Today is a very special day. We take time to honor two great men and past presidents: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. A case could easily be made that without the influence and leadership of these two men our country wouldn't exist or at least wouldn't be as strong and united as it is today. In their own way they contributed to building a strong national foundation which required great personal sacrifice and the willingness to make bold decisions focused on the greater good.

1Feb, 2017

Leadership Thought #484 – Regaining Leverage in The Employer-Employee Relationship

By |February 1st, 2017|Business, Your Actions, Your Leadership Role, Your Relationships|0 Comments

Employee engagement doesn’t mean coddling or succumbing to every employee need or whim.  Employers, you still and will always have more leverage in the relationship.  Lately, I’ve watched as many of you have allowed your power dynamic to shift upside down. Given the purported dearth of talent and supply of qualified candidates, you are slowly […]

19Jan, 2017

Leadership Thought #483 – Words Matter

By |January 19th, 2017|Business, Personal, Your Leadership Role, Your Words|0 Comments

I remember my mom telling me early on that “words matter.”  Once you say something it cannot be unsaid.  Even if you apologize and/or make excuses, the imprint on another person’s brain is still there.  And, sometimes the repercussions can last for years or even a lifetime.  There are many situations where I wish I […]

13Jan, 2017

Leadership Thought #482 – We Need Move Towards Not Away From One Another

By |January 13th, 2017|Business, Uncategorized, Your Actions, Your Decisions, Your Leadership Role, Your Relationships|0 Comments

We need move towards not away from one another.  I worry that lately we are a culture that has embraced a “divide and conquer” mindset.  Instead of “win-win” we think “win-lose.”  Instead of choosing to co-exist with people who think differently from ourselves, we further and further isolate ourselves from others who could potentially expand […]

4Jan, 2017

Leadership Thought #459 – 7 Tips You Ensure You Hit Your Resolutions For The New Year

By |January 4th, 2017|Business, Personal, Your Actions, Your Life|0 Comments

Most of us will start the New Year with a list of goals we would like to achieve over the course of the next year. Making New Years' Resolutions has become an American pastime. Unfortunately, a majority of us will end up falling far below our initial expectations. For some reason we either lose interest, become distracted by other things, or find the goals end up requiring more than we are willing to give to get there. Over the years I've observed a much smaller number of people who actually achieve what they set out to do. From this experience, I've developed the following tips to help you become one of these lucky few:

17Nov, 2016

Leadership Thought #481 – Tony Romo is A Class Act

By |November 17th, 2016|Miscellaneous, Your Actions, Your Leadership Role, Your Words|0 Comments

Sadly, it seems rare these days when I see something that a professional athlete does that I feel sets a good example for my children and even inspires me.  One could argue that the physical abilities of athletes has grown considerably since I was young.  Their exploits on the field seem to continually set a […]

24Aug, 2016

Leadership Thought #480 – Recruiting/Retention Is More Important Than Ever

By |August 24th, 2016|Business, Your Actions|0 Comments

The war for talent is not just a contrived theory it is reality.  Despite what our politicians may be saying, there are many good jobs out there at all levels of skill, talent and experience. In all my years of consulting/coaching I have never seen a period where so many companies have vacancies for key […]

30Jun, 2016

Leadership Thought #479 – Leading A Business Is Hard Work

By |June 30th, 2016|Business, Your Decisions, Your Leadership Role, Your Life|0 Comments

If leading organizations and people was easy, then everyone could do it.  I’ve had a number of conversations lately with clients and colleagues who are complaining about how hard they have to work.  More often than not, the average age of these people is under 45.  I try my best to be understanding and empathetic […]

3Jun, 2016

Why We Should Be Wary of a President Trump

By |June 3rd, 2016|Miscellaneous, Your Actions, Your Leadership Role, Your Words|0 Comments

There are a lot of excuses being bandied about regarding the words of Donald Trump and that once he gets elected he will modify his rhetoric and become more presidential. Sadly, this energy is only growing.  I hear many apologists state that It was just the rigors of the political campaign season and he’s doing […]