Nothing is fair in this world. You might as well get that straight right now. – Sue Monk Kidd, The Secret Life of Bees Babies as young as 15 months grasp fairness, according to Jennifer Welsh in Live Science. So does every employee in your organization. (And they may grasp unfairness with even greater clarity!) » Read More
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Note: This post is adapted from my new book The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say. If you’d like practical leadership tools with immediate results, it’s available now at Amazon. What Would Happen If… “David, what do you think about…” A few months into her second year of college, our daughter Averie texted me with » Read More
Dennis W. Bakke is a CEO and an entrepreneur. He is currently the manager of Imagine Schools, a commercial charter school. He is also an author of Creating Abundance, published in 1984, the best seller Joy of Work: A Revolutionary approach to fun on the job, published in 2005, Purpose Matters, published in 2008, and » Read More
In your organization, how much employee input does management get before deciding a course of action? Not much? You might want to rethink that.
What Your Brain Wishes You Knew About Workplace Stress & 5 Simple Stress Solutions for You (and Your Team) If you are in a management or leadership role and you are paid to think (or you pay others to think), yet at the end of the day you feel overwhelmed by stress because: There’s more » Read More
The Stuff Your ability to: dream show others the way ask the right questions challenge others’ thinking inspire motivate encourage This is the stuff of leadership – and it has nothing to do with the title that comes after your name or power to force people to act. It has everything to do with what » Read More