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Its Huddle Time

Its Huddle Time

Morning huddles with your team are a great way to start your day! Tina@Toppractices.com Top Practices Virtual Practice Management Institute

How To Be A Better Coworker

How To Be A Better Coworker

Happy Monday! Since we are going to work today why don’t we try to make the day a better one for our coworkers? There are so many things that we can do that will make our work day better not only for ourselves but for those we work with and it takes so little effort. … Continue reading

They Feel Your Attitude

They Feel Your Attitude

One of my favorite authors is John Maxwell. One of my favorite quotes of his is, “People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude and that will either enable you to connect and win them over or it will alienate them from you.”  Connecting with others takes time and energy.  It is important … Continue reading

Search, Expectation & Opportunity

Search, Expectation & Opportunity

SEO… Search, Expect, Opportunity… So often we spend much of our time thinking about us, the way things are affecting us, and what we want to happen. What if we each took today, just to look at those we spend time with and admire something about them.  If you search I am sure you will … Continue reading

Self-Evaluation Tip

Self-Evaluation Tip

  Working with teams can be challenging.  It can really be difficult when one team player tends to be the glory-hog of the team.  Finding the right people that can work efficiently, effectively and produce the results needed takes effort on all team members part.  Self-evaluation is required periodically to make sure that you are … Continue reading

Called to Leadership?

Called to Leadership?

Yesterday Trevor Nagle, ABD, on his blog Leadership Musings of a Skeptical Positivist, had a great article regarding leadership.  (I have posted the link below to his blog) Trevor addresses how a person who is a “Producer” at work can be mistaken as one who is called to be a “Leader.”  This actually happens often … Continue reading

Employee Appreciation Day, Backfired…

Employee Appreciation Day, Backfired…

As I boarded the Airporter bus, on the way home from my trip, several airport employees were also boarding the bus heading home after a long days work.  There was a lot of talk going on between them as it had been “employee appreciation day” at work.  By the conversations it was easy to tell … Continue reading

An Art To Living

An Art To Living

Conrad Hilton, the founder of the Hilton Hotels knows both poverty and glamour. Hilton grew up in New Mexico in the same primitive adobe that housed his father’s general store. Later he married and divorced Zsa Zsa Gabor and become the proud owner of the Waldorf-Astoria. After attending the New Mexico School of Mines for … Continue reading

What Does It Take To Be A Successful Coach?

What Does It Take To Be A Successful Coach?

Coaching a team, whether it is a work team or sports team can be difficult and rewarding and sometimes both in the same day.  Getting the players in the right positions, providing them instruction and training to carry out their position takes time and patience on the coach’s part. Successful coaches take time to prepare. … Continue reading