The reputation of your business is the biggest asset of your company; it’s the reason people are willing to buy your services, respect your better judgement, and favour you over […]
I have recently been out on client assignment at a remote job site. Being that far off a beaten path can often leave you in rural farmland or cattle country. […]
The long awaited movie, Unbroken, came out during the holidays. And while I read the book and enjoyed it very much, I looked forward to the movie with mixed emotions […]
When leaders mistakenly breach confidentiality in the spirit of being transparent.
Even small changes can have a big impact!
I spent the last three days in an intensive training session on change management. I had returned home from visiting Los Angeles no less than 2 days before the training […]
Leaders open doors, not force everyone behind one. Bill Treasurer, author of Leaders Open Doors, says that, Leaders open doors of perception, possibility, and most importantly opportunity. Everyone can’t be […]
At my age, I have a realization that I don’t really want to contemplate too much in my mind. The brutal fact for me is that I have fewer years to […]
When I was 20, I was given my first formal leadership role. Sure, I had influence prior to that, but now I was given a title and a team of […]
Imagine this in your current role: You have taken a position on an issue that really matters to you. And you now need the backing of some of your key […]
What’s the difference between being a good friend and a good employer? According the happiest companies in America last year, not much. Happy companies all have one thing in common: […]
Henry Ford is considered one of America’s foremost industrialist who shaped and influenced the entire globe. His leadership forged so many aspects of everyday life, that it is hard to […]
Everything about doing business with a company can potentially affect the customer’s attitude. Customers who feel valued and appreciated stay longer and spend more with a company over time. There […]