Why you should take a leadership course Workplace obstacles occur on almost a daily basis and in order to be an effective leader you must to be able to handle those challenges with awareness, seasoned problem-solving skills, and expertise.
Yesterday, I was reminded of something that I had read in a book a long time ago. I thought that I might still own the book so I moved toward my bookshelf to see if I could find it and
How to hire a keynote speaker Determine a desired date and budget of your event; also consider a location. This will help you narrow down the pool of speakers available to your event. In an effort to save on travel
Benefits of regular staff development Employee training benefits everyone, but especially the business. These programs help your company continue running effectively. However, with most jobs, employees usually receive initial job training and nothing more. You may ask yourself, is there
My challenge for you today (and for me) is to try something new. The, should go unspoken, rule here is that you don’t try something new that is also illegal or dangerous. This is not me advising you to do
This week I was riding on a plane returning home from a conference in Atlanta. While on the plane, I was reflecting on some leadership principles I had learned during the conference. Andy Stanley was one of the speakers at
Earlier this month I posted a picture on Instagram showing a local business which was advertising on their sign that they were “takeing applications.” Obviously the word “takeing” was misspelled and the word used should have been “taking.” It was
While reading Mansfield’s Book of Manly Men by Stephen Mansfield I came across a quote by Jon Krakauer that I wanted to share in this blog. Mansfield quoted Krakauer while writing on the topic of quest/adventure. Krakauer’s words are similar