“See, I Can Do It!”

Years ago, when I first started running, I prepared well by reading books and articles on the subject. One of the things I read was that it was very important to carefully view your environment, especially if you were running near traffic. The book also indicated the importance of giving eye contact to the drivers… Continue Reading

Dare To Be Different

  When it comes to talent, experts indicate that two percent of individuals within the workplace are what’s called innovators, with the next ten percent not far behind. The majority of people will fall somewhere in the middle of the innovation continuum and some experts suggest their innovative DNA can be developed. Historically, innovators have… Continue Reading

Post Three

Post Three

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Post Two: “Passing-Through-Employees”

Post Two: “Passing-Through-Employees”

Passing-Through-Employees Passing-Through-Employees appear to be on the increase in most organizations; yet employers don’t seem to be aware of this new group of employees; nor are they aware of the havoc they can wreck in a one eight (8) hour shift. A “Passing-Through-Employee is an individual who has not bought into their role or the… Continue Reading

Post One: When Teams Really Work: They Dance to the Collective Sounds of a Very Carefully Choreograph Tune

Post One: When Teams Really Work: They Dance to the Collective Sounds of a Very Carefully Choreograph Tune

  They move on to the floor with the elegant ease of a top notch dance team – everyone knew his/her role, and each step they took complemented the entire Team and supported the organizational goal: outstanding service and quality. This dance was not synchronize with music – it was driven by organizational engagement. You see,… Continue Reading