Woodrow Wilson famously said about speaking….”If I am to speak ten minutes, I need a week for preparation; if fifteen minutes, three days; if half an hour, two days; if an hour, I am ready now.” As a rule, the longer one speaks about something is usually a good indicator of the less they know […]
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Haven’t we all thought that when this project is over, this deadline is met, this major issue resolved, that we will go back to a “normal” pace, a world free of strife and stress, or at least better that we have at this moment? I call this corporate magical thinking, where we yearn for that […]
Two compelling principles to remember when embarking upon creating a vision
Reading the grey between the black and white is essential in senior positions.
It’s important to know your world views, emotional temperament or EQ, personality traits and intrinsic capabilities.
Is it easier to evaluate a decision by reading a 6-page narrative rather than reviewing a PPT?
It’s important that executives understand how much large-group meetings shape culture and people.
Brain research says that we are five times more likely to remember a negative interaction than a positive one.
No one can push themselves or others without dealing with the consequences of the toll it takes
No one can make it without great critical thinking skills. The real differentiator, though, is strong EQ.