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"The Court Room vs. Your Office (How the Casey Anthony Saga can Help You Grow)"Anger. Outrage. Injustice. These feelings rang so loudly in my head when I heard the Casey Anthony verdict that I could focus on little else. NO justice for little Calee. As the day wore on however, I found myself reflecting on the events of the past several months. Of the cases presented by the defense and the prosecutors, of the perspective of the jurors, of the impetus of my own anger and outrage and (as always) what I could learn Read More
- Most are well known.
- Most are mega millionaires.
- Most are considered leaders in their field.
- You may even say some of them were lucky.
One of the core challenges many people often have in the business environment involves the simple act of knowing when to use their voice - of knowing when to speak up in order to make a difference in their space.
How often have you been in a meeting discussing a business situation and a thought crossed your mind which sat on your tongue? In the span of mere seconds, you surveyed the participants, heard your idea spoken, evaluated the perception (Is Read More
The reality is that as human beings, we want to be trustworthy which means we also want to be accountable (or rather "count-onable"). Have you ever met someone who aspired not to be? The challenge is that somewhere along the line, we learned that it was "ok" to break our word. That the world is, in fact, so accepting of it that we no longer feel bad when it occurs. We have confused the "promise" of getting something done with the Read More
I was disappointed....
While there is truth in the old adage that "people will do what they know gets checked", I'm not sure if that equates to people being accountable. More often than not it becomes more about fear-based motivation rather than accountability...
While that Read More