Five Steps for Turning the Tables on the Boss and Turning the Light on You!

By Beverly Kaye & Eileen McDargh National Boss’s Day is October 16th, an international holiday established in 1958 by a secretary for State Farm Insurance Company. Traditionally a day for employees to thank their boss for being kind and fair throughout the year, it was originally conceived as an effort to improve the relationship between […]

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Resiliency Fueled by a Dream

What happens when your marriage falls apart and you find yourself unemployed? For Alan Karl, what could have been a spiral into depression and negativity became an opportunity to look at the forks in the road of his life and decide to pursue a life-long-dream and his passions: motorcycle travel, adventure, food and photography. Three […]

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The Critical Connection Between Resilient Workplaces And Diversity

The standard concept of sustainability is the capacity of biological systems to remain diverse and productive over time—like healthy wetlands and old growth forests. In the workplace, sustainability is equally important in considering the two-legged biological “systems” that sit in cubicles, drive to sales calls, conduct virtual meetings, perform surgery, write manuals, handle customers, and […]

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Great Leaders Say Little but Say A Lot!!

Reposted with permission from Jesse Stoner. The original can be found on the Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog. There’s a good reason leadership quotes are popular. A few lines can pack a lot of information that teach and inspire. In A Tweet, a Blog Post, and a Profound Teaching I shared quotes from my own writing. […]

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