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 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 belong to a small number of groups on LinkedIn. One in particular is geared towards jobs in health care. I’m not looking for a job, but every once in a while someone is looking for a consultant who does what I do, so I like to keep my options open. I feel like Superman,but […]

I’ve wondered what’s up with today’s employees when it comes to writing skills. Doesn’t anyone know how to spell anymore? Whatever happened to punctuation and capitalization? I’d be hard pressed to find much nice to say about the educational system today based on some of the writing I’ve seen, but it would be disingenuous to […]

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