Presenting at EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies) Conference in Rotterdam, Netherlands… initial findings of my research on Personality Styles and Culture of Trust. Please contact me if you would like to learn more.
I spent time last week with my cohort from the University of St. Thomas doctorate program in Organization Development. We talked a lot about change, managing through change, and how it is a lot like death. But as many of us have learned, dying really is just a new beginning. No more was that true
I had the privilege to see and listen to Jim Collins (author of “Good to Great” and recently “Great by Choice”) kick off the ASTD International Conference in Denver on May 7, 2012. He said that greatness is not something of circumstance, it is a choice, and one of the critical choices that leaders need
Having managed learning and development budgets that have been as large as 22 million dollars, and as little as $0, I have learned the value of a well constructed learning intervention that has ‘stickiness’.
Last month I had the opportunity to listen to Harry Kraemmer speak at an event in Chicago prior to me running an Insights session for an organization’s emerging leaders. The organization asked Harry to speak on his book “From Values to Action”.
There are all sorts of networking software tools out there right now: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter… the list goes on and on, but does anything replace getting out and truly meeting people and developing relationships?