Leaders: How Do You Look at Seniority?

Have you heard this statement before? It is: “I have seniority.” So what do you mean exactly by “seniority? And why does this matter? sen·ior·i·ty    [seen-yawr-i-tee, -yor-] noun 1. the state of being senior;  priority of birth; superior age. 2. priority, precedence, or status obtained as the result of a person’s length of service, as in a profession, trade,company, or union. Barring […]

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Leadership Follies: Yes You Are Unique, But Not That Different

Best practices and methodologies within organizations are useful and effective. It is not realistic to think that everything must be created or invented in an organization. But, it’s important to […]

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Leading Change When it Bursts Through the Doors

Whether it is a planned or unplanned change, the disruption through a transition is often underestimated. Are you ready for change? 4 Key Drivers  Common to businesses are four key drivers and the organizational […]

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Blankity-Blank-Blank Nerves!!

Nerves! Those blankity-blank-blank nerves! Yes, you heard me.  Nerves.  Those darn nerves!  Always around, never a dull moment: “nerves” have gotten the best of us and promoted the worst of […]

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Leadership: A Curtsy, A Bow, or A Handshake?

Happy New Year everyone! And a special Happy New Year to our USA southerly continental sister’s country of Brazil for ushering the new year with the inauguration of its first […]

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