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Monthly Archives: April 2013
I’ve been spending the last few days looking back at data I’ve collected for nearly a decade on how people believe they can apply “Character, Values, and Ethics” at work. One of the more common responses has been the idea … Continue reading
Dr. Carl Rogers taught the nature of a person is constantly in a state of flux – the fluidity of becoming a person being a process vs. a product. We’re not in a fixed position, but in motion. The direction … Continue reading
Why would a smart, highly-competent, energetic executive need a coach? Because there’s a huge difference between doing a job yourself, and leading it done through others. Since most executives began their ascent in their organizations by being recognized for their … Continue reading
Just had a new computer shipped to me … and yes, I very carefully inspected the box when it arrived. Damaged goods are a pain to replace. Makes me wonder what manager would walk through his factory with a big … Continue reading