My dad was a carpenter in my home town. On my days off from school I’d tag along with him to his job sites. Every once in awhile he’d “go to coffee.” “Coffee” at the City Cafe was a weekday ritual for many business people in my small community. My dad, however, was an introvert… Continue reading Networking as a Tool for Innovation
What do you do during virtual meetings? Do you multi-task? Do you put the phone on mute? What do you wear on a work-at-home day? (Don’t worry, it’s a rhetorical question, I don’t expect you to answer.) Most of us, at least occasionally, work remotely from the rest of our team. As a result, conference… Continue reading Are you brave enough for your voice to be heard?
You, me and 91,000 other people have read this post Wolf Pack by Barbara Hermel Bach on Facebook. “A wolf pack: the first 3 are the old or sick, they give the pace to the entire pack. If it was the other way round, they would be left behind, losing contact with the pack. In case… Continue reading Pack of Wolves, a Model for Leadership?
Change can be exciting AND exhausting. Neuroscience research is giving us compelling evidence that taking care of ourselves is imperative to coping with rapid change. Our work lives often make it hard for our brains to learn and adapt. We sometimes think people have a hard time with change, but, in reality, it’s our brains that… Continue reading Your Brain on Change