Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Power of One Question Leads to Greater Accountability

When things go wrong, it is easy to makes excuses or blame others for getting in the way of success. We all …

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Daft Punk & Why Collaboration Works

I’m not a Daft Punk expert – unless you count listening to ‘Get Lucky’ non-stop when driving my son and his friends …

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Take a Good Look in the Mirror: Is Your 360 Working?

Recently a former colleague asked for my advice on filling out a peer 360 review. An honest review would be brutal. I …

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Got Stress? How You Think About It Can Kill You!

Getting back to work after the holidays, a common theme I heard from people was that they felt “slammed back into reality …

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Forget the Elevator Speech, It’s Your Introduction That Matters

A few months ago, my colleague Patti Johnson wrote that we don’t need an elevator speech (i.e. a 1 minute pitch intended to convince …

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Don’t Get Stuck With a Frog – Find The Horse Too

Have you seen this picture going around lately? I saw it on Facebook last week. On Facebook the idea is that if …

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