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If you don’t know your next performance review results today, READ THIS:)


A “deer in the headlights” look was the response I got? What was the question?….
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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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Employee Engagement Tip # 8 – Making a Week On or Taking a Week Off


Could you show up for work for a week and be totally useless? According the latest Gallop Survey of the American Workplace, most of us do. How so?…………….. Continue reading

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Is The Third Time, Really a Charm?


One of my favorite statements has begun to bother me: “The third time is a charm.”… Continue reading

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Profits Thru People – Action Steps – Part I


At our recent Profits Thru People Workshop we presented the bottom line benefits of focusing on four topic: Employee Engagement, Customer Retention, Little “l” Leadership, and Servant Leadership. Here are the action steps the group came up. Continue reading

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Engagement Tip # 4 – You Don’t Need a Title To Be a CEO


All of us have it and some more than others. All of us need it and all of us remember what a difference it made at one special moment. Gallup includes it as key to increasing employee engagement. What is this powerful ability? Continue reading

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What I Learned Vacationing in National Parks


Vacations are time slot to vacate your normal routine. As a business consultant living on the flat and humid Gulf Coast, a trip to the high desert of Arches and Zion National Parks in low humidity Utah was the perfect setting. We hiked, ate, photographed and mostly strained our necks looking up at God’s awesome creations. Continue reading

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