Spokane Regional Networking, Social Media, Professional and Business Development
With over almost 5 decades in the automotive industry, Bob narrates the industry’s history using a flair only he has. He not only walks readers through history, but gives us a first-hand…Continue
Added by J. T. Pedersen on August 31, 2011 at 1:10pm — No Comments
In my experience, negativity is often a symptom. Rather than treat the symptoms, the negativity being expressed, it is better to search out the crux of the problem.
Perhaps it is an individual, a 'negative' leadership personality, in which coaching and/or other change may be required.
More often, I find negativity stems from senior management, from the ‘leadership.’ This comes in the form of unstated expectations; no clear direction and/or…
Added by J. T. Pedersen on August 25, 2011 at 9:25am — No Comments
One group took the position that Truth was an absolute. Unchanging, unyielding, definitive, and unquestionable. If…Continue
“The Elephant In The Room”
By: Diana M. Smith
Thoughtful business leadership requires skill in a great many areas. As we progress, we practice continually, learning and then succeeding each step along the way. One of the most important areas we need to succeed in, yet seems often ignored or overlooked, is relationships.
The Elephant in the Room is an excellent…Continue
Added by J. T. Pedersen on August 15, 2011 at 4:24pm — No Comments
“YOU CAN’T NOT COMMUNICATE ^2”
By: David Grossman
The title is a mouthful. Incredibly true. But a mouthful. So I will refer to “You Can’t Not Communicate ^2” as ‘the book’ or YCNC2. Beyond the clear message conveyed by the title, communication, let me say this is the most beautifully produced book I have seen in years.
By eyeball estimate,…Continue
Added by J. T. Pedersen on August 6, 2011 at 3:56pm — No Comments
Well, I might have made the count '4,' with the latter being Communication. I’m referring to a recent post I discovered, “The Only Three Things a leader Should Focus On—Brains, Bones, and Nerves.” The article's primarily about what the leader must do, how the leader should do it, what the leader should be thinking about.…Continue
Added by J. T. Pedersen on August 5, 2011 at 11:48am — No Comments