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The Benefits Of Sharing At Work

The Benefits Of Sharing At Work

“The impulse to keep to yourself what you have learned is not only shameful, it is destructive. Anything you do not give freely and abundantly becomes lost to you. You open your safe and find ashes.” ~ Annie Dillard In my years of working with other managers I have found that some are not willing … Continue reading

Management Is Not For The Faint of Heart

Management Is Not For The Faint of Heart

Being in a management position is not for the “Faint of Heart.” (Definition: Lacking courage to face something difficult) Understanding the people we work with each day is difficult.  We think we understand what someone is asking or telling us only to find out that we did not. As a manager this can be an … Continue reading

Three Time Management Tips

Three Time Management Tips

Far too often we allow the day to bring what it may and we try to make it work with what we need to accomplish.  This does not work well, in fact, it rarely works at all.  Time will continue to tick away.  The only way we can manage time is to manage what we … Continue reading

Employee Survival

Employee Survival

Do you fully understand your role at work?  Are you getting the support and training you need? Now you might think this is a dumb question because you know what you were hired to do, but do you know how your role affects the business as a whole?  For example, your job is to be the … Continue reading

Workplace Culture Is Not Created Overnight

Workplace Culture Is Not Created Overnight

In my consulting business I often encounter business owners who think running a business, developing a company culture, hiring the right people, making them happy and productive should be an easy task. What is wrong with this picture? All of the above take time and effort and then more time and effort just to begin … Continue reading