Insights

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Keep your Values, Change your Practices

Fanny That. Ever since the Chicago Marathon 2007 I have carried a fanny pack with a bottle of fluids no matter how long I will run.  Three miles, five miles or more, the fanny pack with the fluids is always there, I have multiple packs.  This marathon...

Words of Encouragement for these times

We are here with you and want to offer words of encouragement.  Three words come to mind:  resolute, unwavering and resilient.  Those who master resilience accept what comes at them with flexibility, rather than rigidity.  We will get through...
How do you turn a group of people into a team?

How do you turn a group of people into a team?

Extract from “How do you turn a group of people into a team?” by Leanne Schaeffer, Boileau Communications. It’s not uncommon for companies to require different skill sets for different positions. That’s very true for our company. What makes a great...

Management Type

At the core of who we are is what we do and what we like to do. Or as Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project says, “you can choose what you do, you cannot choose what you like to do. I don’t like having to try to make myself like things. I want to spend more...
Do You Have the Synergistic Advantage?

Do You Have the Synergistic Advantage?

Whatever new business books or articles you read today, the word ADVANTAGE is looming somewhere in the text. We hear a lot about competitive advantage. I just read an article on collaborative advantage. So, here comes one more—synergistic advantage. For the past...