Category Archives: Continuous Improvement

Engagement Tip of the Week – Insist or Persist?


Would you rather be known as persistent or insistent? Why not both? Here’s one way to be both and have both terms be viewed as a compliment.   Here’s looking at you!           Advertisements

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The No Loss Gain


“I lost 64 pounds and have nothing to show for it” was my first thought while reading my annual workout summary for 2014…….. Continue reading

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Mirror Images


So, in the spirit of sharing here are my 15 best quotes to attach to your mirror. If you have some better ones please share them as I have a big mirror and need all the help I can get. Continue reading

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How To Lean Your Meetings


Have you ever prepared for a group meeting to discuss what you will present to a client or senior executive? What would happen if the client or the senior executive sat in on that meeting? Continue reading

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Servant Leadership Tip #1 – The Discipline to Follow


Discipline comes from disciple. Disciple means one who follows and its Latin origin means to learn. Discipline is an attribute of most leaders. So how do you lead by following? Continue reading

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Employee Productivity Tip # 3 – Breakfast of Champions


My generation grew up with Olympians gracing the cover of Wheaties’ cereal boxes. Before there were Superbowl MVPs going to Disneyworld, there were champions hoping to make the Wheaties box cover. Continue reading

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My Worst Blog of the Year


This is by far the worst blog I have written this year. This is also the best blog I have written this year. This blog was written instead of watching another football game, something I love to do… Continue reading

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