Tag Archive: Culture

If You Can’t be with the One You Love

You’d love to avoid them, but you’re forced to work with them. Why can’t that “pain in the neck” co-worker, boss, or employee just go away? But, “If you can’t be with the one… Continue reading

Seven Ways Coaching-Managers Get Things Done

All managers get things done through people, the question is how.   7 ways coaching-managers get things done: Connect. Traditional managers believe business is relationships, except when it comes to their own team. Coaching-managers… Continue reading

4 Simple Projects that Transform Culture Today

You’re under appreciated and overworked. Bitterness follows ingratitude, the most self-destructive quality of all.   10 reasons you’re ungrateful: #1. Expectation ends gratitude. Results are expected. When you deliver them, someone gives you… Continue reading

The Cure for Sad Organizations

Vibrant organizations build on positives. Sad organizations are led by leaders who focus on what’s wrong. Not so bad after all: Those who focus on ugliness become ugly themselves. I listened to a… Continue reading

7 Qualities Servant-Leaders Expect From Others

Servant-leaders fail when they tolerate self-serving in others. Don’t be the only servant in the room. One-way service is naive, wasteful, and irresponsible. The ultimate goal of servant-leadership isn’t serving for the sake… Continue reading

Where People Love Working Together

Successful leaders build environments where people love working together. Environments emerge from language, conversation, and behavior. 4 essentials to successful environment building #1. Intolerance: Environment building includes confrontation. Organizations are destroyed by behaviors that… Continue reading