E7- “Living the Values”-The Springer Theatre Academy, The Sea of Galilee and Aligned Decisions

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS Every organization has a set of values. We all say we stand for something. But do the values you have printed on your wall influence people to make real life decisions everyday?  Anyone in organizational life can learn from how the Springer Theatre Academy aligns their […]

E5- Hot Chocolate, Macaroni & Cheese, and Skittles for Breakfast

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSAfter spending a week at the Chattahoochee Council Boy Scouts Camp Frank G. Lumpkin, I reflect on a few unexpected leadership lessons that I observed. My special guest shares insight on what being a Boy Scout can teach you about addressing team member behavior and performance […]

Reserved Seating

Maybe the problem is not them…or it…or him…or her. Maybe the problem is you and your desperate fight to keep your front row, reserved seat. Not that there is anything wrong with you. You just want to have your needs met. You need to be recognized, preferred, esteemed, increased, remembered, set above others, noticed and […]

New Year’s Day, The Real Groundhog Day

New Year’s Day is the real Groundhog Day.  Will it be more of the same or something new this year? Using your tax dollars, someone in the U.S. Government has the job of researching and publishing the most popular New Years Resolutions each year. http://www.usa.gov/Citizen/Topics/New-Years-Resolutions.shtml Here is a few from the list and a some […]

Goddard’s List

Back to school. Kids are starting a new year.  New friends.  New classes.  New knowledge. It may make you think about new starts as well.  As you consider your second “new year”, consider the following as inspiration about a very humble starting point that led to great achievement. “One rainy afternoon an inspired 15-year old […]