Monthly Archives: June 2011

Facebook: Should Managers Friend Employees?

Although social media isn’t new there are still some uncharted areas for employers and managers. Have you thought about your personal policy?

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Posted in Communications, Networking, Social Media, World of Work

Public Speaking for Scaredy Cats

Can you really reduce public speaking jitters by picturing the audience in their underwear? It works, and you might be surprised why.

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Posted in Communications, Self Management

“If you’re going through hell, keep going”

Winston Churchill said those words. You may know him as a successful statesman and leader but that’s only a small portion of his story.

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Posted in Getting Results, High Octane Performance, Inspiration, Leadership, Self Management

The Weight of Success (or “where did all this paper come from?”)

Five years ago instead of giving up my penchant for paper I switched to a briefcase on wheels — which is not unlike a hoarder renting extra storage space to avoid dealing with the real problem: too much stuff.

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Posted in Productivity, Self Management

Secure Your Oxygen Mask Before Assisting Others

Frequent flyers will recognize the title of this post from the safety demonstration provided at the front end of flights. Each time I hear it my mind makes an analogy to business. Read on and tell me what you think.

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Posted in High Octane Performance, Self Management
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