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What’s in a gen?

So we have 5 generations in the workforce at the same time with so many different needs and requirements and ways to lead and supervise and communicate and commute and work and and and …… and I think it is time to just give it a rest. You might say this is the reactions of a … Continue reading

Are you really leading?

Through the years I have seen a number of people who hold high ranking roles, CEO’s, VP’s, and other “C” suite titles.  I admit the titles led me to think of them as leaders, as the people creating the change of a new tomorrow.  A funny thing happened along the way, I found many were … Continue reading

Time to reflect, renew, and engage!

Happy 2013 and farewell 12!  I had a year filled with learning, filled with change, and have entered 2013 with a deeper understanding of what matters most (well, to me!) in the world we live in.  As I look forward to this new year I want to share the five key lessons that are defining … Continue reading

Leadership – ways we work, live, and grow by

I am fascinated by people, confused and bemused as well!  A key focus in learning is developing people and I am delving into leaders, the impact one can make and how organizations grow and evolve.  Fairly recently a leader in an organization was defined by their department or division and this role had relatively clear … Continue reading

Motivation is more than money

Recently I was invited to observe a team meeting and the leader, who is new to the organization.  The team had quietly expanded the service to their user community, with demonstrable results and tangible metrics, despite some challenging technology issues and little management support or direction.  Questions were asked and the team began to generate … Continue reading

Hybrid is the new classroom

Technology is catching up to the techniques we espouse focusing on personalized learning that engages the person, encourages active practice on the job, and the support of the supervisor.  I am in the midst of identifying a model for leaders separated by time and distance from their peers.  This model utilizes the strengths of synchronous … Continue reading

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