There are few things more painful in trying to drag out an interview where both parties are clear that this is not a good fit. Continue reading The Unrivaled Leader : Part 5 – How to Interview
“If you think no one on your staff will pick up on the fact that you are misleading them, either by commission or omission, need to reconsider your strategy.” Continue reading The Unrivaled Leader : Part 4 – Don’t Bullshit
“When receiving feedback, unless it becomes insulting or denigrating, just sit and listen. Shut up. Do not offer debate or contradiction. Let the person and give them your undivided attention.” Continue reading The Unrivaled Leader : Part 3 – How to TAKE Feedback
“Don’t make every interaction a coaching session. What you really want is your staff to coach you. ” Continue reading The Unrivaled Leader : Part 2 – How to Get Feedback
“In some organizations, senior management discussing performance with lowly staff is considered gauche and something that breaks the appearance of separation between executive management and staff” Continue reading The Unrivaled Leader : Part 1 – Seek Feedback
I wish I could always take the same airline(s) for my travels, but unfortunately, due to business constraints there are … Continue reading United Airlines – Update – Still Sub Par
Keep in mind, managing organizational performance has two masters. Continue reading The Difficulty of Managing Mediocrity
It’s not uncommon anymore to find attendees lugging a tablet or laptop to meetings to “take notes”. Continue reading Trade 30 Minutes for Undivided Attention?
While you can find technologies as diverse as dryers that automatically fold your clothes, to underwear that shields your private parts from radiation, a majority of the expo is more mainstream. Continue reading The Consumer Electronics Show In Less Than 400 Words
you must ask yourself and others: am I adhering to these guidelines? Most assuredly your staff and peers will know whether you are or are not. Continue reading Are You Naked And Don’t Know It?