Most of our clients find that every day becomes more challenging than the last. If that feels like your life … you are in good company. My objective is to provide a collection of quick ideas that might be helpful to you.
That Would Have Been a Tragedy
We almost did not publish the “23 Mundane Moments That Can Make or Break Your Career“. When I told that to one of our clients who has used the Mundane Moments Series for over 100 of her staff she said, “Oh no, that would have been such a tragedy!” So this is where I get to say publicly that Carol was right and I was wrong. The way it evolved was …[… more]
More Breaks Increase Productivity
If you are losing steam from your busy schedule, remember the proven fact that regular breaks can improve your productivity. [… more]
How to Derail at Work
In 1987, we started giving out a handout from The Center for Creative Leadership on the blind spots of senior leaders that can derail them. It is still amazingly relevant today. In fact, when they updated their findings, these areas remained the top derailleurs, twenty-five years later! [… more]
Group videoconferencing for under $1000
Logitech has announced a new videoconferencing webcam for small groups that has many of the features of videoconferencing systems that cost tens of thousands of dollars, and will take remote communication opportunities to a new level. It has the potential to help you make a quantum leap in your leadership effectiveness. [… more]
Remote Communication Best Practice – Customize Yourself!
Customizing your communication to match the way others like to hear from you will manage your perception, get your remote communication heard or read, and ultimately dramatically increase your persuasive efforts. Here’s how you can do it. [… more]
You can launch Siri by tilting your head
Mobile tip for iPhones that might save a little time and frustration. [… more]
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