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Tag Archives: Organizational Behavior
There is a dangerous place for a leader to find him or herself in as a leader of people. Unfortunately, I talk to leaders who are in this place a lot more lately as the job market heats up and … Continue reading
Quick question: Who’s happier when standing on the podium during the Olympics? The person who won the silver medal or the person who won the bronze medal? You might be surprised by the answer to this question and the reason … Continue reading
Do you spend your time or do you invest your time? Have you ever stepped back to evaluate this and differentiate your time in this way? Time is one of the most important currencies we have as humans and as … Continue reading
Remember the famous scene from Jerry MaGuire when Jerry is on his knees begging Rod Tidwell to “Help me help you!” in response to his “show me the money” tirade? Well, this applies to leaders because we all need others … Continue reading
Most of us know Dave Ramsey as the guy who shreds credit cards on TV and radio while marketing his Total Money Makeover approach to personal financial planning and strategy. He is a successful author, successful syndicated radio host and … Continue reading
WARNING: If you want to kill innovation in your company do not read past this point. Most companies think they are innovative. Some truly are while others have a self awareness issue, but what do innovative companies really look like? … Continue reading