Category Archives: Leadership

Your Job is to Like What You Do

Wellness is more than the absence of disease – it is a way of being that leads to a long, healthy, active life. Wellness encompasses not only our physical health, but our emotional, social and spiritual being too. Our jobs, that aspect of our lives that typically occupies over ½ of our waking hours, is...
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Who is Packing Your Parachute?

As a leader, do you honor and appreciate the power of WE? Do you stop to thank and recognize the members of your team? Do you consistently show an attitude of gratitude? I recently read a great story that reminded me of the importance of team appreciation. The story was about Captain Charles Plumb, a graduate...
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5 Practices of Exemplary Teams

The most common business unit for high performance are teams. Sometimes the word "team" gets used loosely and not always appropriately, but it’s true teams that present the most promising performance opportunities – and fulfilling experiences – in the workplace. What Defines a Team? Jon R. Katzenbach and Douglas K. Smith (The Wisdom of Teams, Teams at...
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