Category Archive: engagement

5 Powerful Strategies that Strengthen Teams

Discouraged people have hearts like water and knees like butter. The ability to rise is about you, not the challenge. 7 causes of discouragement: Hard work with no or slow progress. Disappointed expectation.… Continue reading

Quick Strategies to Energize One-On-Ones

You don’t have time to waste AND your team members need time with you. Successful one-on-ones: #1. Give your full attention: Hide your cell phone. Put your computer to sleep. Distraction is disrespect.… Continue reading

How to Stop Wasting Time in One-on-Ones

Unfocused spontaneity ends in triviality. A squirrel on steroids chases every nut, but gets none. Schedule things that matter most or things that matter least will replace them. Don’t spend a little time… Continue reading

Surprised by a Crepe

One of the best things to do in Paris is walk around. That’s when, by accident, we found L’Atelier Artisan Crepier. My wife went to Amorino’s for a flower-shaped gelato. I walked around… Continue reading

How to Discover and Leverage the Value You Bring

Know the value you bring. Find a situation where others value the value you bring and bring it. If you want to bring your value, explore the value you currently bring to others.… Continue reading

How to Judge Others

You can’t do difficult things fast. If you want to go fast, do something easy. The need for speed requires repetition, simplicity, and ease. Fast for you – slow for others: Arrogance looks… Continue reading