This article is cross-posted from my Veterans Blog to recognize the service and sacrifice of the brave men who turned the tide in the Pacific 75 years ago and those who turned the tide in Europe 73 years ago.
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Cinco de Mayo has become a widespread celebration day throughout much of America. Two challenges come with this day of celebration, though. First, many parts of the country regard it more as “Cinco de Drinko” (yes, local bars and clubs advertise it just that way) than the commemoration of an important event. Second, many Americans have no idea what Cinco de Mayo is actually commemorating. If Americans would have the opportunity to actually learn history in school—much has been marginalized by Common Core and the focus on STEM subject areas—they would understand that this day commemorates an event that helped shape American history…and the country we have today.
This is the final part of a multi-part Blog series on strengthening your team by building on thoughts from experts. The foundation for these articles derives from comments made by writers in the Harvard Business Review over the years to which I add my expertise and experience.
You may have heard of the “What’s Your Why?” assessment that can help individuals discover their purpose and vision through a reliable, live evaluation. But beyond that, one must realize that defining a purpose–a mission–is essential in both personal and professional contexts. But none of that matters if your purpose lacks relevancy to the evolving world, workplace, or marketplace. You must be focused both outside as well as inside in order to maintain relevancy. And then, once you have a purpose and established that it is relevant, you must tell your story through both traditional and emerging modes of communication.
This is part nine of a multi-part Blog series on strengthening your team by building on thoughts from experts. The foundation for these articles derives from comments made by writers in the Harvard Business Review over the years to which I add my expertise and experience.
INNOVATION. It is a buzzword associated with a broad spectrum of meanings that are sometimes as unique as the interpreter. From nudging processes to wholesale revision and replacement of processes, product and service lines, and even the focus and mission of an organization, innovation is one of the key concepts in business discussions worldwide.
This is part eight of a multi-part Blog series on strengthening your team by building on thoughts from experts. The foundation for these articles derives from comments made by writers in the Harvard Business Review over the years to which I add my expertise and experience.
GOOD and BAD.Both are relative terms that describe a range of qualitative measure based on the perception and cognition of those making the assessment. No matter what your professional area, you are virtually guaranteed to encounter behaviors and events that are viewed as good and as bad. As a leader, the formula becomes more compounded because you not only need to understand how you perceive things as good or bad, but also how your employees perceive them. When you communicate with your employees are they receiving the same message that you are transmitting…and are they gaining the same understanding?