Monthly Archives: August 2015

Is Your Organization Putting Their Money Where Their Mouth Is?

I had several interesting conversations this week with clients (all from different industries) and in each discussion there was a common theme:  people leadership skills need to be improved in their organization and there is a commitment to do so … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned: From A Gen Y

Today I read an interesting article written by an educated and clearly smart Gen Y: What I Learned When I Lost My Internship at Facebook9v. In this article, he details his story as to what happened to cause him to … Continue reading

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The On-Going Need to Invest in Leaders

Committing to Leadership Growth There is nothing new about dedicating time, energy and resources to develop leaders through formal or informal learning.  Organizations have made commitments to leadership growth and improvement for years.  However, it is always surprising to us … Continue reading

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Generational Communication: Cut through the “Noise”

In our communication program, we review with participants the foundation of effective communication. To start, we also highlight the basics of the sender–receiver model that forms all types of communication. Whether speaking or writing, I am sending a message and … Continue reading

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