Summer Leadership Series: Personality Riddles

Finding the “right” employee is one of the most difficult tasks for any company.  The new hire must have the technical skills and expertise to do the job. Of course, figuring out this part is a matter of having a well-crafted job description that identifies what the employer truly needs. The much harder task isContinue reading “Summer Leadership Series: Personality Riddles”

31 – 3 ways your team should resemble ice cream

We’re days away from the memorial weekend holiday – the unofficial beginning of summer.  And for who is a kid at heart, that can only mean one thing…ice cream!  It may surprise you, but ice cream and great teams have similarities.  And in this week’s episode, we talk about three ways your team should resembleContinue reading “31 – 3 ways your team should resemble ice cream”

Three leadership lessons from Truett Cathy

“Eat mor chikin” has become the symbol for the highly successful Chick-fil-A restaurant. And this week  Truett Cathy, the family’s patriarch who started the company in 1967, passed away at the age of 93. Cathy was often quoted as saying: “I’d like to be remembered as one who kept my priorities in the right order.Continue reading “Three leadership lessons from Truett Cathy”

Life from a child’s need it!

I had the privilege of spending some time with 3 special kids the last two weeks –  my 9-year-old nephew Joey and two little 8-year-old cousins, Sophie and Jillian.  So needless to say, I had a few days of nothing but play and you know what?  It was awesome and in fact, inspired this week’sContinue reading “Life from a child’s need it!”