When the first wave of the devastating tsunami struck the Japan shoreline in 2011 - thousands of people were caught off guard and unable to make it to safety. The loss of life that day was horrific but I wonder…. could it have been avoided?
Disrupting Work Daily Audio S1E2: The Report card - Let's fix the A's and not worry so much about the C's
2016 is done. 2017 is here...by now we’ve all at least thought about or had someone ask us about resolutions. Some of us have rolled our eyes while others have already rolled up their sleeves and are making progress.
Google tracked the top 10 most searched new year's resolutions last year….and these were the top 4
#1 How to get rid of stress
#2 How to make kale chips
#3 How much water should I drink to lose weight
#4 How to write a resignation letter
I play golf about once a year...maybe even every couple years. In my most recent round late this summer, I managed to shoot a 91.
For not having picked up a club in over two years - how I played was a strong performance. 91 isn't really an impressive score, but considering the average score of a golfer is about 90...I did alright.
Take a step back, imagine your new employee is starting today and you’re excited someone can help relieve some of the work you’ve been shouldering for the last 3 months. Except you're stuck in traffic, your daughter forgot her homework and is freaking out because Mrs. Behe is going to scold her.
Welcome to the new business age on the war for talent.
I recently attended a major corporation’s annual conference where we were rolling out a mobile leadership development platform to aid in the growth, development, and ability to retain their talent. The number of conversations I had throughout the conference around the idea of “war on talent” evidenced that the situation is as real as the research indicates.
“I have a dream.”
We often associate these powerful words with Martin Luther King and how he wanted to change the world as he knew it. What if we removed that context?