The political season has swallowed the current landscape of our lives and will be a main source of conversation, debate, and even stress for months to come.
I am not talking about parties today, but rather politics. That process that is ideally supposed to winnow the wheat from the chaff and give us the best leaders possible at any given time. Continue reading
As managers, we are often asked our opinion and sometimes even considered an authority in our particular area of expertise. Most find this gratifying and usually try to improve our skills if we have ambitions to become more successful.
When asked a question we don’t know the answer to, that is where the integrity rubber hits the road. Do we admit we don’t know, offer to find out and risk looking uninformed, or do we bluff our way through it and hope like mad that we haven’t given someone detrimental information or advice? Continue reading
When you work in the corporate world you become aware of the unethical, the unscrupulous, and those who will do or say anything to get ahead. Sometimes you are even lucky enough to become aware of them before they climb over you with stiletto heels or meticulously polished Italian leather loafers. Continue reading
Posted in College Years - Young Adulthood, Kindergarten to Middle School, Middle School through High School, Parenting and Management
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It’s that time of year when we appreciate the fathers, the men who stepped into a father’s role, and in my case, the mother who filled both roles in my life.
Management Principles 101: The way a person treats other people is the way they will treat you. Continue reading
Posted in Birth through Pre-school, Kindergarten to Middle School, Middle School through High School, Parenting and Management
- Tagged father's day, integrity, love, management, Management Principles, parenting, principles, relationships, value systems, values