My son is on a team raising funds for LLS (Leukemia and Lymphoma Society) with some classmates. They are learning, through their actions, the power of social media for good. It’s amazing the reach you have when you start with a small group, and they share with their respective networks from there. He’s already seen friends of friends donating to his campaign and asked how … Continue reading Give a little bit part two
My workmate got a fortune cookie once that said: “Patience is the key to joy.” Today, more than ever, this statement holds true: we are so programmed for instant gratification, and sometimes (most times) the satisfaction of waiting for something more than ketchup to come out of the bottle ends up increasing the reward of that thing’s completion or delivery. The moment between stimulus and … Continue reading Patience is the key to joy.
It’s been a while since I’ve updated this site. Yes, I still exist. I’ve been busy though, and have focused on other media outlets for much of my communication during that time. I intend to turn my attention back to this site now, and contribute content regularly including my 20 in 2020 book reviews I started posting on Linkedin. So get settled in, and look … Continue reading Back
I had the pleasure of having a conversation with Sarah Elkins, a podcaster who focuses on storytelling to get your information out. Much of our discussion was about managing people on the UW campus, lifelong learning, and also about the history of the Campus Supervisors Network, a community of practice that I chair at the UW-Madison. Sarah’s intro to the podcast: “It’s always bittersweet when … Continue reading A conversation with Sarah Elkins
It’s November…wait, what? What happened to 2018? Well, here’s the good news. The year may have mostly gotten away from you, but you still have 60 days to accomplish something great. I suggest you focus on an attitude of gratitude and use November and December to thank people for the things you appreciate about them. William Arthur Ward once said “Gratitude can transform common days … Continue reading Enter a Season of Gratitude
Here is the link to my recent interview with Heather Younger of Leadership with Heart. https://customerfanatix.com/32-leaders-with-heart-know-that-they-must-show-up-and-participate/ Continue reading Interview with Heather Younger
I had a great discussion today with Heather Younger, author of the book The 7 Intuitive Laws of Employee Loyalty. She also produces a podcast entitled Leadership with Heart, interviewing managers in various roles and talking about their leadership styles. Our conversation will be released soon on iTunes, so stay alert for a link when it becomes available. Until then, here’s a nice photo of … Continue reading Leadership with Heart Podcast