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This Is Not A Blog About Gun Violence

By Phil La Duke

This won’t be a blog about gun violence or school shootings. While these things are horrific and the subject of heated blame throwing and debate, this is a worker safety blog and while I sometimes go off on tangents this is one time that I will avoid it.   1,165 more words


Transparency and Power

Think about a time when someone kept information from you in order to control a situation.  It happens everyday in organizations of every kind – for profit and non-profit.  885 more words

Super Users- When, Who, What

We all know people are what make a project successful, so what todays blog attempts to address is how to pick good people and how to set them up for success. 736 more words


Some Owners Can't Let Go Part II

In part 1 I discussed Organizational Change and an owner’s lack of trust and inability to let go. Many organizations struggle with change: new management, training, and vision affect everyone from ownership to staff. 640 more words

David Novak on the Awesome Power of Recognition

In this episode of the Blanchard LeaderChat podcast we speak with David Novak, co-founder and former CEO of Yum! Brands and author of O Great One!: A Little Story About the Awesome Power of Recognition… 231 more words

Best Practices

Towards a More Human-Centered Museum: Part 2, Building a Culture of Empathy

Written by Mike Murawski

In the current air of divisiveness and disconnection, it can feel more challenging each day to bring people together in meaningful ways. 1,914 more words

Community Engagement