Character-Based Leadership and Making the Most of Your Human Resources Mary Schaefer wrote a portion of the book, The Character Based Leader. I liked the short article she sent me and thought you might enjoy it as well. – Rick … Read More..
ICON Last night’s Presidential Town Hall Debate offers a fine lesson for business leaders on how to not conduct a town hall meeting. There are two purposes for a town hall meeting: 1. To connect with the audience personally and … Read More..
Flip Flops at Work I read a blog post by John Kotter (Leading Change) at Forbes.com. He talked about politicians, executives, and flip-flops on positions. Here is my comment to his post. The good news is that executives have it … Read More..
A Way to Calculate Enthusiasm for Change I was reading a detailed breakdown of yesterday’s playoff game between the Nationals and Cardinals. (Cardinals won 8-0. I am accepting notes of condolence.) Tucked into the play-by-play description was a little arrow … Read More..
If Employee Engagement is Such a Good Idea, Why Hasn’t It Caught On? According to a study conducted by AON Hewitt, there is a downward trend in employee engagement worldwide. Why is that, since research points to benefits like retention, … Read More..