Archive for June, 2011
Here we are at Avonlea Village (for you Anne of Green Gables fans) on our last trip to Canada in 2009.
As I wrote this, I was preparing for family vacation to Manitoba. Yes, that’s right, Manitoba. That’s where we were when this was going to get published on June 29. Unfortunately, I goofed up the scheduling, so we went a week without the blog; reminder: during this busy summer season, I’m taking a break from original posts and instead, sharing “greatest hits.”
Why Manitoba? Read the rest of this entry »
Are you new to a leadership position, and you’ve found this blog? Here are the top five posts with relevance to new leaders.
By the way, please share this with any Read the rest of this entry »
Everyone loves stories. Stories inspire and motivate and help things “stick” so much better than facts, data, and research findings. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s summer! Summer is a very busy time for me, personally and professionally. I originally planned to take the blog on hiatus, but there are too many people who are counting on it every Wednesday, which is great! So, to balance out the demands, here’s the summer plan: Read the rest of this entry »
Some of us enjoy the tidy list. Nice to have as a touchstone, though if we’re serious, we’ll dig deeper. Regardless, here are two for your consideration.
The first is seminal for me – Read the rest of this entry »