“It’s not what you know but who you know,” as they say. But who has time for that? I want to be in relationship but I have so much to do. I want to be a human being but demands on my time push me toward a human doing. This tension manifests itself when I
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To help bring about an outcome by providing indirect or unobtrusive assistance and guidance. I was thinking about my favorite skill of a leader, and I came across this definition in Webster’s dictionary. Do you know the skill? Maybe this story will help: I didn’t expect to get much out of a recent meeting I attended. I
Following last week’s post about finding and attracting clients, the question has surfaced: What personal attributes are critical to implementing an effective client pursuit plan? Sure, you have to be a good communicator, build relationships, organize your activities and have a good attitude…but what do you need to do to play in the big leagues?
Longtime readers of my blog know there’s one element that’s central to every post I write: being human at work. It seems obvious, but sometimes we forget that core common denominator in everything that’s important. And that’s why my blog is about “leading as a human being rather than a human doing.” Recently, I’ve had