Are you guilty of misjudging? Let’s face it – we pass judgment every day. We judge places, things, situations and yes, we judge people. When
So research indicates that only 8 out of 100 people who set goals actually achieve them. Why is that? Well, setting a goal is a
Have you ever notice that some people don’t like to ask questions? It’s understandable when those questions are personal. You don’t want to offend anyone.
Although many have thrown around the term, “committed to excellence”, do we really understand what it means? Aristotle had a novel definition of excellence, “these
As a leader, it is inevitable that you will have to make an ethical decision. It is imperative that you have reconciled your own system to use to make ethical decisions where there are conflicting moral issues.
Take Responsibility For Your Mistakes When you make a mistake (and you will because you’re only human), promptly admit it, fix it and move on.
As more companies use collaboration to manage teams, leaders should become aware of groupthink. Groupthink is the mindless compliance of group members to avoid the potential of negative
This week’s reflection article was scheduled to discuss refusing to allow what others say about us to change your opinion of yourself. I will post that
The concept of winning is all around us. There’s political races, athletic competitions, contests, academic contests, cooking contests, eating contests. You name it. And in
Research suggests that women are perceived to possess support skills while lacking strategic skills such as vision. These stereotypes are the epitome of the Think Crisis,