What lunch break? A new survey finds that fewer than half of employees find time for a lunch break every day.
always go to the people ‘doing it’ to find out how to do it better. Here are a few prompts to get real concerns out in the open:
As a leader/manager/mentor, it is incumbent upon you to recognize these traits – reward the productive endeavor and not condone a high level of game playing.
Whether you’re a brand new manager, or you’ve just been promoted to a level of higher responsibility, you’ve got to watch yourself.
Steve Ventura inserted this wonderful “Crash Course in knowing the most important words to say” in his walkthetalk.com book entitled, WORKING RIGHT – Straight-talk Strategies for Personal and for Professional Success.
The Governor of Wyoming signed legislation adopting principles of “cowboy ethics” as part of Wyoming law. The code carries no criminal penalties and is not meant to replace any civil codes.
I wrote the Million-Dollar Story in 1996 at the request of Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen. It was published in one of their first Chicken Soup for the Soul books.
What’s your business temperature? Are you passionate about going green?
Leaders, Managers, Salesman … Dust off all those old books in your library and reintroduce yourself to the wisdom of the Masters (some of which you can buy as an Apple app.)
Anyone who has ever attempted to do anything significant knows that nothing worthwhile comes easily. Here are four things to learn as you develop resilience…