This post became so long that I divided it in to two posts. Today’s post is the first. The next post is the last post on this topic. Make sure you check the next post to read the entire topic.
If you are young, you have probably had little opportunity to experience major unexpected . . . → Read More: Expect the unexpected: Part I
More than a decade ago I managed a training group that delivered professional development, new hire, ongoing technical training for a staff of about 400. Being new to training, I realized quickly how important it is that organizations get the very most out of every dollar spent on training. There is not only a . . . → Read More: Training can be such a waste of time and money: So what do managers do?
Ray Kniphuisen is my very first guest blogger. Ray an executive coach, trainer, and (like the “dog whisperer”) an organization whisperer. Ray is a partner at Excelerated Leadership. I agreed to publish Ray’s post because I think it is in line with what readers of this blog have come to expect. If you are interested . . . → Read More: Reinvention – Re-Invent Yourself
A lot of news, stories, and books have been written about the events and experiences of September 11, 2001. In the United States, it certainly was a day that changes our country forever. On that day I was working at the University of Dayton. I was in disbelief on that beautifully cloudless day by . . . → Read More: September 12, 2001: The day after
You are a leader. You may not know it, but people are making decisions based on your leadership example. It doesn’t matter how old you are (you could be starting middle school or retired), where you are from (you could be from a third world country or large metropolitan city), or what you do . . . → Read More: Being a manager does not make you a leader