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The DISC Model of Human Behavior – A Quick Overview | Guy Harris.

The Recovering Engineer

As a teenager and young adult, I thought people were totally irrational and unpredictable.

FAQ 121

How to Conduct a “Customer Listening Session” | Top Executive.

Tony Mayo

Top executive coach Tony Mayo explains how to conduct a Customer Listening Session

A Rule for Relationships: Forgive the Small Things

Building Personal Strength

Yesterday, as we prepared to go the gym for our morning workout, my wife discovered that she had misplaced her car keys. Problem solved. Or worse.

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What a Stroke Victim Taught Me about Life

Your Voice of Encouragement

Sometimes a single experience, lasting but a few moments, can alter your perspective for the rest of your life.

“It's cold in here” and Other Fighting Words | Guy Harris: The.

The Recovering Engineer

This post continues the thought I introduced in my last post – stating opinions as facts.

FAQ 51

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5 Reasons to Share Your Calendar Today

2020 IT Leader

Diaries hold many secrets, whether accessible or not… Here are 5 reasons to share your calendar today! From all demands placed on Executives today, Peter Drucker identified the biggest one is on their Time and so before you can manage others, you must manage yourself and your own time. Your diary or calendar is one of [.] No related posts.

Leadership Skill Development: Leadership During Chaos


That is when I experienced impressive leadership in the midst of chaos

The Asteroid That Cleared the Way for Intelligent Life

Building Personal Strength

The most popular theory has been that a huge asteroid collided with earth. The group decided "once and for all" that the asteroid theory was correct.

Leader-Member Exchange Theory


Originally referred to as the “vertical dyad linkage theory,” Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) has been the subject of much research (and an upgraded name). LMX focuses on the interactions between leaders and an individual follower. The leaders relationship to the follower unit as a whole is viewed a series of these individual relationships.

Week 10 Performance Report — Operation Dunk 2010

Crossderry Blog

As you may have guessed by the absence of performance reports, Operation Dunk 2010 was stalled for a bit. Luckily, the damage wasn't too great


Firing Employees – The New Manager's Field Guide to Termination.

Survive Your Promotion

Sometimes as a manager you have to let people go. Knowing how to handle that

FORTUNE COOKIE - Self-Confidence

Building Personal Strength

A friend of mine is a retired professor of psychology. I once encouraged him to try SCUBA diving. So he never did. “If And they often pull it off!

Team building in Thai | Teamwork Thailand | Team Development

Talent Technologies

Talent Technologies helps Thai and Asian companies develop their teams.

Innovative innovation myths

Crossderry Blog

Here's an old column I've meant to comment on for a while.

Is it the shoes?

Survive Your Promotion

Remember the old Nike commercial with Michael Jordan and Spike Lee? Michael Jordan would be great in his bare feet but Nike doesn't

Planets Collided and Life Was Made Possible

Building Personal Strength

How old is the Earth? How did it form? Why does Earth have conditions that support life? Two of them have their origins in early Earth history.

Why Social Media Is The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread – And.

Terry Starbucker

j0441778 Think for a second about what sliced bread did for humanity. Seriously. Why else would all new products or innovations be compared to it since it was first sold in 1928? It was just another consumer convenience, allowing us to

Why can't we plan for leadership?

Crossderry Blog

Glen Alleman asks “Why is it so hard?” I've had varying success in positioning these

There's No Such Thing as “Leadership for Women”

Survive Your Promotion

Lately I've been receiving a lot of requests and suggestions about developing a leadership program for women.


Never Give Up, Part I - Leonard and Hearns "Showdown" in 1981

Building Personal Strength

I’m a sports fan. I love the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Hearns pounded Leonard during the first five rounds. The image shocked me.

Kerr's Folly & Indian Hockey

Ravi Pratap Singh


Don't Be A Victim of Success (Keep Climbing)

Terry Starbucker

climbing You set a goal, and with a lot of hard work, you hit it. You've achieved success. Now what? That's the critical question in sustaining a long and fruitful career, or keeping a business at the heights of profitability

Handsome And Consistent Returns That Lie Hidden Somewhere In Your Mind

Self Help Zen

Being people dependent seems easier to many business owners and that’s what they choose over making their business a system of (proven) systems.

What Athletes Say about Being Strong for Life

Building Personal Strength

Not long after returning from Vietnam, I arrived on the Duke University campus to attend graduate school. My professors were impeccable people, but not all of my classmates welcomed me. I remember one sweetheart called me a "baby-killer." She had embraced some kind of stereotype about military officers. Just like other people. Dumb jocks."

Don't Let E-mail Zap Productivity

Eric Jacobson

The typical at-desk employee in the workplace loses 2.1 Those interruptions come from e-mail alerts, instant messages

Credit comes later

Lead on Purpose

In many careers, applause and acknowledgment are awarded soon after success happens. CEOs are praised for their vision.

Who's wagon is your star hitched to?

Roundtable Talk

There are lots of ways you can unwittingly derail your career. One of the more interesting ones is to hitch your star onto your boss's wagon.


You Don't Need In Order To Succeed: 7

Utpal Writes

Just the qualifications – but the ability to learn from anything and everything. Something beyond the current education system or known best practices!

Be A Better Listener

Eric Jacobson

March is Listening Awareness Month according to the International Listening Association. Hear "between the lines." Show respect. Maintain eye contact.

American Freedom & Austria's Experience with Totalitarianism

Orrin Woodward

Freedom isn't free and people who treat it lightly are likely to lose it. Freedom is a blip on the screen of a long history of

Women in the LEAD: The Essential Feminine “Living Room” Opens.

Women in the LEAD

Handsome And Consistent Returns That Lie Hidden Somewhere In Your Mind

Utpal Writes

Being people dependent seems easier to many business owners and that's what they choose over making their business a system of (proven) systems.

Who's race are you running?

Roundtable Talk

There's no question that her strategy seems to have paid

Employee Engagement…What's in a Name? | You're Not the Boss of Me

You're Not the Boss of Me

Last summer I was spending a lot of time at the hospital. I didn't have time to notice too much of anything outside