Category Archives: Workforce Development

What I learned from HGTV


I have come to realize that a new addition to my business is a fusion of my wife’s favorite HGTV shows. Continue reading

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The Open Borders Crowd


Yet, the vast majority of us practice open borders every day. We do it every day in our workplaces and homes. Continue reading

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The Strategic Wisdom of Robert Frost


Here’s a short video based on the oldest trail race in the U.S., The Dipsea, that illustrates why NOW is the time to invest in your people. Stephen Covey termed this the IMPORTANT BUT NOT URGENT activity. Continue reading

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Engagement Q7 – I Still Remember Wondering, “What is wrong with me?”


In 1978 when Victoria Station retained Blanchard and Associates to assess our leadership team, I was the new Manager of Financial Planning. After a week of hearing of the consultant spending an hour interviewing everyone who was a manager and … Continue reading

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Memorial Day and Servant Leadership


I have always associated Memorial Day with honoring the sacrifice of the men and women of our Armed Services. Mostly my focus was the “armed” part and not the “service” part. Reading emails and watching our sunset, a new vision … Continue reading

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An Open Door vs. An Open Heart


There’s a big difference between an open door and an open heart! Continue reading

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Finding the Strength to Fail and Why It Matters.


Yet this week, some setbacks, a polite term for failure, had me questioning whether the eventual triumph would ever appear. Why would someone who has Positivity as a strength and Possibilist as a brand label be questioning his setbacks? Continue reading

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