Working for one of the largest employers in my community, I was surprised at all of the alumni from my high school who also worked there. I grew up in a small town about 90 minutes from the city I worked at. My senior class was the largest in school history at a whopping 135
Working from home, also known as telecommuting, is becoming increasingly popular. It offers flexibility, minimizes strict schedules, removes daily distractions from bothersome colleagues, and there is no need to commute.
I grew up in a blue collar, post war era cracker box with a brick façade that looked like all the others on the surrounding blocks. The neighborhood was nice and clean, and full of kids that, for the most part, were all friends.
Being a good leader requires efficient decision-making skills that allow you to keep your team together. While this may sound like a given, it’s difficult to develop the necessary cognitive skills in motivating others.
Among my various clients, I admire one entrepreneur in particular. Like many others, he is smart and hard-working. But he possesses a rare skill to tackle very difficult problems in a way that is simple and obvious.
Google’s Larry Page is the highest rated chief executive officer in the United States, as voted by his own employees. It’s no surprise that other big names, such as Tim Cook (Apple) and Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook) are on the list, but what really makes a CEO effective, admirable and likeable at the same time?
Are you familiar with the term “nomophobia”? Nomophobia is what happens to people when they don’t have access to their cell phones. It stands for No Mobile Phobia.
One of the benefits of being a leader is the beauty of working with people. You can establish strong bonds between you and your colleagues. You can learn from them and teach them a lot too. When a leader is loved by their co-workers, the work becomes smoother, more relaxed, and enjoyable.
There are myriad issues impacting our future today, but one can argue that the most significant challenge strategic leaders face is modernizing the organization.
Skimming through a discussion about what constitutes creativity in the field of instructional design, I noticed a comment a person made. They were claiming to be creative because they used all the latest trends. I cringed a bit when I read this.