Communications

Some years ago I found myself having what turned out to be an interesting and illuminating conversation with a couple of millennials on Twitter. It turned out to be this way because it started out badly but ended well. Kevin Dooley via Compfight One of my online friends shared a link to something where I’d […]

Sometimes being a consultant is a lot of fun. Once I was working on a consulting assignment out of my home area, interim in a leadership position. I hadn’t been there long, but early on I seemed to be making an imprint on the local community; at least as far as the people I was […]

I was talking to someone who’s a supervisor at a local company. This person told me it was employee evaluations time, and she was hesitant because she didn’t know how some people would react to their evaluations; obviously the bad ones. I asked her if she knew these people and she said yes. I asked […]

I often get questions from friends and employees as to how to deal with the people they report to. Even those who are responsible for other employees ask me this same question. rawpixel via Pixabay They feel they’re not being treated fairly compared to how they see others being treated. They feel their work is […]

I remember going to a sales training seminar years ago at a company called Sandler Training, located here in the Syracuse, NY area. The owner at the time, a great man named Pete Morrissey, allowed me to take free training classes because I went to high school with two of her daughters… and because he […]

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