Category Archives: Organizational Leadership

how to reach Mars


Originally posted on maturitas cafe:
In all of history, only 12 people have walked on the moon. A lifetime of study and preparation, many years of training and practice, teamwork, and the perfect performance of gazillions of rocket components and…

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Making Training Fun


What if something as simple as fun could be the easiest way to change people’s behavior for the better? I just watched this video from http://www.thefuntheory.com/. What if we applied the fun principle to our teaching and training? What if … Continue reading

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The Secret of Teams


I recently received an email from Dan Rockwell, A.K.A. Leadership Freak (his blog) regarding a great resource. Free download of Chapter 1 of “The Secret of Teams” by Mark Miller: Here is the link: http://bit.ly/1342KN1 (No registration required) This is a classic … Continue reading

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Mind the Gap


If you have been to London, you know the phrase “Mind the Gap”. It is painted on the platforms in the underground tube stations. A woman’s voice with a lovely British accent reminds riders as they exit to Mind the … Continue reading

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Make Your Thoughts Visible


Someone brilliantly remarked,  “A fool with a pencil is smarter than a genius without one.” I was reminded of the importance of capturing ideas during a lunchtime conversation with a high level executive of a leading car manufacturer.  During our … Continue reading

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