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Dan Rose

Scenario #1: As the conversation around the table drones on, you look at the clock on the wall and give a small sigh because there are a thousand other things you need to get done. Yet, you’re stuck in a meeting that has gone wildly off track. If you’re not the one who called the meeting, is it rude to interrupt and refocus the group…


Brenda Smyth

  A hospital ICU has amazing patient monitoring systems. Machines beep and hum as numbers and graphs flash in multi-colors. Nurses patiently explain normal ranges as you closely watch for change—dips or spikes signaling ever-so-slight signs of trouble or improvement. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could pinpoint with such exactness the moment an employee…


Cameron Bishop

We live in interesting times. It seems as though we get daily updates on leadership around the world—both good and bad—on the news. Whether it is a terrorist attack in a city or a once-in-a-lifetime weather event causing massive destruction, we see examples of great leadership stepping forward for people. We also see the flip side, unfortunately, and see where leadership is sorely lacking. The…


Dan Rose

Whether a worker has passed away unexpectedly, or a favored manager has been asked to move on to “another career opportunity”, breaking bad news to your employees can be difficult for even the most experienced leader. No matter the situation, deal with it directly and with sensitivity to avoid confusion and maintain unity within the workplace. Although there may not be a “right” way to…