Take a Walk down the Street with Me

Posted on January 13th, by Stan Skipworth in education/training. No Comments

Of the many paths I have had the privilege to walk upon in cities and towns across more than forty states, the most impressive seem to have been the simple and yet symmetrically-beautiful sidewalks created 80, 90 or a hundred years ago or more.  Even in these simple concrete walkways we can understand how a vision … Read More »


How to Deal with Insanely Impossible Co-workers?

Posted on January 13th, by Anna Marsh in on the job. No Comments

If you are done with your graduation recently and about to start your professional career so prior to it, you must develop the skills of dealing with difficult coworkers.

Always remember that you are in the beginning of your career so make sure you take every step carefully and that will lead you to get success.

As … Read More »


Pushing the Limits of Growth

Posted on January 12th, by Alison Eyring in on the job. No Comments

Adapted from Pacing for Growth; Why Intelligent Drives Long-Term Success, out in Feb. 2017

It’s difficult to know what the “right” amount of restraint is for a business. Sometimes, leaders lead with too little restraint, sometimes with too much. What’s clear is that it’s really, really hard to get it just right.

One reason it’s so hard … Read More »


Drama Is Killing Us

Posted on January 12th, by Nate Regier in education/training, Trends. No Comments

Adapted from Conflict without Casualties: A Field Guide for Leading with Compassionate Accountability to be released in Spring 2017.

What is Drama?

It’s easy to identify the behaviors of drama: gossip, secrets, triangulating, retaliating, blaming, avoiding, turf wars, blowing up…the list goes on. A working definition that helps us get a handle on the concept is a … Read More »