Google Wave Drips With Ambition. A New... →
Wow. I already love Gmail and Gchat and all the goodies in Glabs… how much more can we want? Turns out, a lot!
Talking Story with Say Leadership Coaching: If you... →
We managers know that the best information available to us resides in other people. What we must do, is tap into it. Being perceptive is hard work – or is it?
Joyful Jubilant Learning is my Third Place Habit →
Starbucker’s post got me thinking about how in their early days, Starbucks’ Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz had taken much care with articulating how a Starbucks store was someone’s “third place” next to the morning coffee comfort of home and the water cooler or cubby comfort of the workplace…
Talking Story with Say Leadership Coaching: While... →
The adage goes, “While the cat’s away, the mice will play.” By merit of its size —and instinctive hunger for those bite-sized feline morsels called mice— we could think of the cat as the Big Cat, the one in power, and thus in charge of the territorial romps these two creatures might occupy. Though the variables are somewhat different, we fall into that same assumption in the workplace, don’t...
Life imitates art far more than art imitates life.” — Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)– Talking Story with Say Leadership Coaching: Life Imitates Art I had promised that my first update when back online would be here at Talking Story, and so here we go…
In recent years books have been trying very hard to separate managers from...– “You can only lead others where you yourself are prepared to go.” - simplerich - The answer is out there.
Anthropology: The Art of Building a Successful... →