Monthly Archives: February 2014

Innovation Lessons from LEGO … The LEGO Movie, That Is!

I am a sucker for a good kid’s movie, and especially one that appeals to adults as well with subliminal messages and jokes about life …

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Learn from Bitcoin – The Epitome of True Innovation Come to Life

In the business world today you cannot get away from discussions on the topic of innovation. Companies want more of it because …

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Type A: Seven Tips to Soften Your Approach for Even Better Results

Do you know any hard-driving Type A leaders who are smart and deliver results but who plow over people on the way …

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Break Free from Inertia & Live on Purpose

If you don’t know where you’re going, it’s going to be tough to get there. As a senior executive and a coach, …

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How to Eliminate Nasty Non-Words from Your Public Speaking

We’ve heard the presenter whose 10 minutes on the agenda is so riddled with “umms” that people start making tallies on post-it …

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10 Mistakes to Avoid with Your Employee Engagement Survey

In many of my recent conversations with clients, the topic of employee engagement surveys has come up. Sometimes these are called climate …

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Is Your Talent Brand Toxic?

As I watched yesterday’s Super Bowl commercials, I paid particular attention to those with celebrity endorsements. At a staggering $133k per second …

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