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How to Be a Great Manager if You Tend to See the Glass Half Empty but Want to Inspire Your Team

Thank goodness it is FRIDAY!

Everything that could have gone wrong this week – did!

But, let’s face it, right now – this feels like every week. 280 more words


Collaborating with fellow artists (Twine)

I know it’s been a little while, you can call it a ‘sit back and enjoy your accomplishments’ vacation, but just know that I am still working on songs for my next project.  234 more words


Working in Teams and Google's Experience

By Seth Ansell

Working together in groups is essential to almost every job, especially jobs within large corporations. Google conducted a study called “Project Aristotle” that studied over 100 teams within the company to identify characteristics that make an efficient team. 907 more words

Ashland University

First Volunteer Meeting


The first Garden Committee meeting was held in the cafeteria. We had about a dozen volunteers able to show up, with several more emailing their regrets and continued interest. 182 more words



The students wrapped up their Instructions Project this week and submitted their final journals, which included the group member evaluation. When I was a student, I thought those were a waste of time, but reading them in a teacher’s role – very eye opening. 571 more words

Technical Communications

Babies, Bathwater, and Software Architects

I try to be disciplined about my writing (picking themes, creating a backlog, collecting notes and links on those topics, etc.), but it seems like serendipity won’t be denied, no matter what I do. 936 more words

Architectural Practice

Potential is a 9 Letter Word

There’s nothing more frustrating in business than unrealised potential. Indeed, one of the top causes of business failure is untapped potential. You need to understand that you’ve got to make the most of the potential within the business. 594 more words