Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Perversity of Diversity

How would you feel if I were to announce suddenly that I am a conservative Republican and a Christian? How about if I said I am a liberal Democrat and an atheist? One way or the other, some of my … Continue reading

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Oh My! Passion in the Workplace!

“Real Passion in the Workplace.” “When Employee Engagement Becomes a Public Affair.” “Be Passionate to Become Sexessful.” Sorry, these article titles aren’t what I meant by “passion in the workplace.”  Passion is important in our work, but it should be passion for your work. … Continue reading

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I Succeed Because I Fail

“Hey, you’re really good at this!” When you speak these words, you may well be increasing the likelihood that the person you wish to motivate will stop making progress. Who woulda’ thought? It’s been proven time and time again that … Continue reading

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