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Tick Tock

Tick Tock

Earlier this week I was at the doctor’s office and was asked if I wanted to schedule appointments through the end of the year. I found myself stunned. The end of the year, how can that be? Didn’t it just become 2015?

Stand Up Leadership

Stand Up Leadership

In the eighties and nineties, if you wanted to have your own sitcom, it was easy. Simply go on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson (Jay Leno’s predecessor). If Johnny let you on, then you were on your way. If you wanted to get an agent overnight, get Johnny to invite you to sit on the couch. Ask Drew Carey, who went from having no agent to having several offers for representation over a weekend.

Whole Mistakes

Whole Mistakes

Sometimes leaders make mistakes as a result of their direct or indirect action. Ideally when mistakes occur, a trusted leader uses them to build and reinforce trust, as trust is the currency on which leadership operates.

Blocking and Tackling Leadership

Blocking and Tackling Leadership

Recently I read an article that concluded any efforts being made to specifically market and sell to, attract, develop and retain Millennials is misguided. There are more differences among Millennials than there are similarities.