Sunday ReSet = ReFocusing + ReAlignment + ReCentering

Sunday is a special day. The end of one week; the beginning of the another.  In personal conversations over the years, I have heard several people talk about this idea of spending their Sundays “resetting” themselves. In these conversations it occurred to me the definitions of “resetting” were pretty vast.  Some viewed resetting as reinvention. … Continue reading Sunday ReSet = ReFocusing + ReAlignment + ReCentering

10 Ways to Use the Weekend to Maximize Your Workweek

It’s the weekend…. You are scrolling the web right now.  Here are 10 better uses of your time to ensure you have a relaxing weekend and productive and are ready to get back to the workweek: Unplug for at least 3 hours this weekend. No phones. No computers. No social media. No iPad. No TV. (Just take my … Continue reading 10 Ways to Use the Weekend to Maximize Your Workweek

The Meshing and Merging of Leadership Styles and Cultures

In the study of organizational culture, one of the most important aspects that must be studied is the larger societal culture and context in which the organization exists.  Bringing empowerment into a larger culture that values autocracy will be a tall order. The inverse is also true. Bringing an autocratic, top-down form of leadership into … Continue reading The Meshing and Merging of Leadership Styles and Cultures

Musings on the Future of Work and Community

With remote work becoming more the norm, the question I have been asking myself recently is, “If human beings are wired for community and connection – and they are – how will organizations and people thrive in a world seemingly moving further from community and connection?”  Organizations are fueled by people.  People are fueled by … Continue reading Musings on the Future of Work and Community

Character, I Mean, CHOICES Matters

Do failures exist? Are mistakes real?  The philosophers can debate these questions.  What cannot be debated is the reality that there are choices and there are consequences.  You’ve heard it said, “Every action as an equal and opposite reaction.”  It may be time to move past this idea of the existence of “failures” and “mistakes.” … Continue reading Character, I Mean, CHOICES Matters