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Last Minute Holiday Gifts Even The Grinch Can’t Resist
Have you noticed how distracted everyone seems to be around this time of year? I read an article yesterday that stated that most American workers are mentally “checked out” by around December 16. There are many reasons why people tend to have their mind elsewhere…parties, visiting family, holiday meals…but, honestly, one of the biggest “tasks” this time of year is finding perfect gifts for those people in our lives that mean so much. Read More
Leading from the Inside Out
One of the perks of working with our bright, talented clients is that we sometimes have opportunities to learn from them! Tania Geradts, Director of Talent Management for Flintco, LLC, recently shared several articles on reflective leadership with us that promote an alternative model of leading others. They speak to the need for a shift from the individualistic and competitive leadership models prevalent in our society for decades to an alternative model that is more.... Read More
Life Is Like a Car... Don’t Neglect Needed Repairs!
This last week while getting ready for a client engagement work ground to a halt. My workspace was cluttered with obstacles…there were books and files stacked sky-high, my computer was slow due to malware, my inbox was overflowing with Cyber Monday offers, my printer would not print, and my phone speakers quit working. Similar to when you get the flu and Mother Nature steps in and makes you stop…the fates had aligned and I knew I had to do something and quickly.... Read More
The Real Story Behind Mythical Millennials: Upsides of the Me, Me, Me Generation!
Millennials. I have two, a daughter and a son. I am exposed to lots of Millennials through them. And, I must say, I love Millennials…for the most part, and find they often inspire me! For example, their intense interest in our recent elections astounded me. Last month, I sat by a 19-year old college freshman on a flight coming back from a consulting engagement in Boise, Idaho. Eventually the conversation turned to politics and he proceeded to reel off the research he had conducted on.... Read More
A POSITIVE MESSAGE: PRACTICE GRATITUDE
I have to say that the last few months have been rough on both the personal and professional front. I know that many of you feel the same way whether it is trying to finish strong in fourth quarter numbers, living in the brutal political environment, working through a family illness or dealing with the pressures of the upcoming holidays… as a nation, it seems like we are just plain tired. In my own social and professional circles, I am hearing things such as ....... Read More
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