Almost three years ago my youngest daughter wrote these messages on the whiteboard in my home office. I was unemployed for the second time in less than two years and she sensed that I was out of sorts, to say the least. I blogged about it on April 17, 2017, 12 Surprising Leadership Lessons I Learned...

Dee Ann Turner's new book, Bet On Talent, just arrived on my door step this week. If it is anything like her first book, It's My Pleasure, I won't be able to put it down. I blogged about it 3 years ago. I re-posted it below. I'm sure I'll be blogging about Bet On Talent very soon and how it applies...


Have you ever been on a project team or led a project? If so, you probably spent time planning the project. You crafted SMART goals, identified team members and stakeholders, timelines and milestones, what was in scope and out of scope. Then you executed the project. If you are like me, once you co...

I ran across this poem recently for the first time in many years. I first read it in Scott Geller’s book The Psychology of Safety published in 1996. It’s bulletin board worthy for anyone who supervises, leads or coaches people.

The eye’s a better teacher and more willing than the ear;

Fine counsel is...

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