Preparing your Team for Growth

Preparing your Team for Growth

The next chapter of the global economy is unfolding. Many boats will be rising on the new tide, but not all organizations will enjoy the same level of success. And some could even get stuck in the troughs if they do not take the appropriate steps now. Here’s what you...
How Far are you Willing to Go?

How Far are you Willing to Go?

A team’s level of interaction can be put into one of three basic types: congenial, collaborative, or innovative. Congenial teams work together nicely. There are no overt animosities or frictions. People are polite and civil. These teams get along. Collaborative teams...
Make Simple Changes to Improve

Make Simple Changes to Improve

After we moved into our new house, the air return vent in the hallway got progressively louder and louder. The air conditioner seemed to be working overtime and it was starting to sound like a wind tunnel. For weeks, my wife and I were worried it meant a huge repair...
Connect with your Curious Family

Connect with your Curious Family

A recent “reunion” of some old work colleagues (yes, socially distanced and outside….) reminded me how like a family our colleagues at work can be. A curious family to say the least, but (at it’s best) a family nonetheless. At their best, our families support us,...
Data before Dogma and the Over-hyped Millennial

Data before Dogma and the Over-hyped Millennial

Whither the Y2K consultant?  Remember 1999 and all the doomsday scenarios about what will happen with the change of the year?  Perhaps they have all put out their shingles as experts on either “millennials” or social media sales.  Both have similarly low barriers to...