In the words of Monty Python… What did the romans (substitute customers here) customers, do for us?
What do customers do for us?
They pay our wages and what’s more they hold all the cards. 395 more words
I’ve had some fascinating conversations this week about boundaries that have really resonated with me.
I’ve had sessions with numerous leaders, some who are believing that because they are not good enough – they therefore need to prove their capability and thus find saying no (or indeed putting work/life boundaries in place) a massive challenge. 81 more words
How I leveraged a serious career hit…
Having the privilege of an executive level role typically means you have the opportunity to successfully influence business results – the top line, the bottom line, the stakeholder experience line, and the environment line. 511 more words
Sixteen students from the Executive MBA and Evening & Weekend MBA programs headed far outside the classroom—to the paddock—to practice non-verbal leadership.
The setting for the two-day Leading Others Through Natural Leadership course was Devito’s Equestrian Center in Walnut Creek. 302 more words