Tag Archives: Leadership

Oh How I’ve Missed You

Hello blogosphere, I’ve missed you! I know it has been far too long and I disappeared a bit like a flighty fling you were hoping to turn into a real relationship. Didn’t mean to drop you like a bad habit, but I’ll admit I let life get in the way. Since its been so many […]

Blunder In Judgement

It’s important for managers to remember that they are the leaders their employees look up to and, therefore, it is important to lead by example. I can’t help but find it fascinating how many leaders don’t realize that others are watching them when they demonstrate behaviors that aren’t exactly what they would wish to see […]

Deviation Isn’t A Dirty Word

“I get bored and scared if today is exactly like yesterday.” – Morten Sandlykke Don’t we all Morten?  At least that’s what I always believed until I had the opportunity to begin working with other managers.  You sure learn a lot about the differences in people when you start working with large amounts of fellow […]

A Simple “Thank You”

Since I returned to the company I’m with, I’ve had the opportunity to work with multiple leaders and overall it has been a great experience.  However, I did have one leader that I didn’t gel with as much as I would have hoped to and that has made working for my current leader an even […]

The Age Of Personal Disconnection

Technology can be just as frustrating as it is helpful. Information is now to the point that it is readily available at our finger tips twenty-four hours a day and the decision is now ours as to when we look at it. However, I’m finding more and more people who don’t have the self restraint […]