You Only Need Three Words

Time Management? Everything you need to know about getting a grip on your time is contained in three words. Eliminate … Delegate … Accelerate Eliminate: Stop unnecessary or low priority tasks. Delegate: Give… Continue reading

John G. Miller on Life and Leadership

I read so many books that my head is bigger than my feet. In other words, I know more than I’m practicing. John Miller’s book, “QBQ: The Question behind the Question,” reached my… Continue reading

Shutting others out

An employee stops interacting with fellow employees. A son or daughter slams their door and won’t come out. What’s it mean when normal social patterns shift and someone pulls away? Isolation may mean… Continue reading

Improvisational listening

Improvisational listening ***** Rule number one of improvisation: Don’t Deny Denial is the number one reason most scenes go bad. Any time you refuse an Offer made by your partner your scene will almost… Continue reading

Three styles that take you there

Paul Thornton believes successful managers practice and master three core management styles. Directing — Discussing — Delegating Directing includes defining deliverables, establishing timelines, and explaining how you want something done. Vague directions produce… Continue reading

What’s good about conflict?

One author suggests that managers may spend up to %50 of their time dealing with conflict. With that in mind, it makes sense to get the most out of such a time consuming… Continue reading