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A Lesson in Perpetuity

"Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world." –Walt Disney Imagination, the catalyst behind every single thought and action, happens to dictate our individual personality with absolut...
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From Strategy to Reality

"You’re traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's the signpost up ahead – your next stop, the Twilight Zone!" – Rod Serling...
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Conflict Management Mistakes to Avoid in the Workplace

Some topics need to be argued out, and disagreements can actually strengthen a relationship. Your organization may also face conflicts. Anytime a group of people comes together, there will likely be some level of differing opinions. Therefore managing ...
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The Walking Dead – A Zombie Called Status Quo

Zombie Management is when old bad management habits you once killed with improvement, have come back to life. When you know the old way is no longer relevant why insist on allowing the old irrelevant ways to continue coming back to life. Like you would ...
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Start With the Low Fences

Developing your skill sets as a leader is not an overnight process. It's something that takes time and commitment. It's a process. I liken the process to one of my favorite hobbies – photography. Back in the day of first learning my photography skills ...
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Confession – I Was a Benevolent Dictator

I thought the job of a leader was to be directive – i.e. to tell her/his staff what to do. I loved my staff!  I wanted the very best for them. I wanted to do everything I could to help them win! My strategy for their development as leaders was for them ...
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Conflict Management Mistakes to Avoid in the Workplace

Some topics need to be argued out, and disagreements can actually strengthen a relationship. Your organization may also face conflicts. Anytime a group of people comes together, there will likely be some level of differing opinions. Therefore managing ...
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31 Ways to Help Employees Handle Change

If you've ever tried to implement organizational change, you'll readily believe that it can cause as much stress in the workplace as personal problems like divorce and relocations. It can even cause employees to mistrust leadership and look for other jobs. ...
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Where Was HR When….?

Where was HR when frontline employees at the Veterans Administration Hospitals were obeying the order to log the date of request to be seen one day before their appointment, to show positive metrics? Where was HR when Wells Fargo employees entered phony ...
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Leaders, Do You Seek What’s Being Hidden From You?

Since I started my business career, I have been fortunate to work for several large companies. I have experienced many times my manager wanting to "fix" something before the higher level executive found out what was happening. But, is the ‘hiding’ good ...
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Customer Apologies – Worth The Effort?

Seventy-Seven Percent is Worth the Effort! I think it's safe to say that most of us have had to deal with an upset customer at some point in our time in the workforce. It’s not fun. It's even less fun when we realize it was our employee who caused a ...
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So You Think You’re Indispensable? Think Again!

As humans, we're unique, that's for sure. We're high maintenance too. We have emotions, family and friends to spend time with. Whether employed, self-employed, we like to take time off to relax and spend time with them. We occasionally become unwell ...
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