The Personal Side of Time Management

June 2, 2017 Mike 0

“The unexamined life is not worth living.”  –Plato, speaking through Socrates in The Apology Am I the only one who finds it ironic that one of the world’s wealthiest nations is the most impoverished in personal time? The more prosperous […]

The 5 Levels of Leadership

June 2, 2017 Mike 0

The 5 Levels of Leadership Becoming a leader in your organization is not always an easy task. Many times, we need to modify certain personality traits and much of the time, we need to abandon certain ones altogether. NEVER make

So You Want To Be In Management

June 2, 2017 Mike 0

Ah, management. The thought just causes your eyes to glaze over, doesn’t it? The golf games, the easy office life, the perks, the expense accounts, the company car, the company credit cards, and the fabulous salary. From this corporate officer’s […]

7 Things I Learned As A New Manager

June 2, 2017 Mike 0

That first big promotion. What a rush! I held the keys, I made decisions, I made the schedule, I was in charge. Nothing beats the smug satisfaction of a career that’s on track. Add to that the bigger paycheck and […]

20 Reasons Managers Fail

June 2, 2017 Mike 0

Tweet A manger is someone who accomplishes work through others. It isn’t easy. All people. regardless of their background, education, experience, or biases, are different and accomplishing work through them presents it’s own set of challenges. Success in management is

10 Steps to Becoming a Results-Based Leader

June 2, 2017 Mike 0

These 10 strategies are adapted from Results-Based Leadership(Harvard Business School Press, Boston, www.hbsp.harvard.edu). Honestly, I’ve read more than my share of books on leadership, but this book crystallizes the characteristics of a leader who is driven by results. I believe […]