A recent situation prompted today’s blog post about workplace courage. “There is no hand sanitizer anywhere on the floor,” said an exasperated Sally on her first day on shift. “There hasn’t been any for three days,” responded one of her
Last week I promised that I would create a brand-new video tip series for 2021 on Leading hybrid and virtual teams. Well today I’m excited to share the first strategy, and this one is all-encompassing when it comes to leading
I’m so excited to kick-off another brand-new video series for 2021. For the last few years, I’ve focused on a different subject each year. Last year the topic was “Productivity Tools for Leaders” – we did 22 videos. And prior
With a vaccine at long last on the horizon, it seems that the worst of the pandemic may be behind us. But even though we may be on the other side of the crisis, COVID-19 has, perhaps forever, changed the
Your choice of words matters. Take, for example, “any” versus “some”. The two words have different polarities. “Any” is negatively polarized: it ordinarily occurs in declarative sentences that are negatively framed and usually inappropriate in those that are positively framed.
Boy, 2020 has been quite the year, hasn’t it? Last year, at about this time, I penned my final blog post for 2019. It was a cheery note, eagerly looking forward to the new year in 2020. At that time