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Leadership takes time (Lessons from the Super Bowl)

I know, I know…yet another post about football players and what we can learn from them in moments of great stress. But it’s such a rich topic, people. 638 more words


Is emotional intelligence on your resume, or is a lawn mower in your future?

Like most people, over my career I have worked with a variety of personality types. Most of them are mature, bright individuals who I wouldn’t hesitate to let drive my car. 390 more words

Dealing with anger

I feel that writing can be a great way of dealing with anger. Anger poses a lot of problems because on one hand, lashing out can cause irreparable damage in relationships. 197 more words

Stress Management ~ The Office

A Day in the Life of Stress: Office Environment

It’s amazing what you can get used to – your place of work may be disorganised, poorly lit and lack ventilation – and the longer you ignore these factors the more your stress levels rise. 728 more words

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Stress Management ~ Commuting

A Day in the Life of Stress: Commuting

The daily grind of commuting to work is stressful and can actually damage your health. Reducing its impact can make the journey, and your day, much more pleasurable. 752 more words

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The importance of the right speed....

“The speed of the boss, is the speed of the team.”

– Lee Iacocca

I really agree with this statement, up to a point.

As a leader, if your decision making is to ponderous and slow you will create apathy and disengagement. 115 more words


Feelings are not negotiable.

I was looking through the stuff that’s stuck to my fridge, getting rid of old school notes and making room for the new when I came to this.   393 more words