It’s Groundhog Day! If you are a Bill Murray fan like me you might remember a little movie he starred in a few years back called Groundhog Day. Bill played Phil Conners, a weatherman sent to Puxatony, Pennsylvania, to cover the annual Groundhog Day festivities. A sudden snowstorm hits and Phil is trapped in town … Continue reading “What’s Your Groundhog Day?”
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It’s that time of year again. Whether by choice or mandated by your boss, goal setting and planning are often associated with the end of the calendar year. When I was in the corporate world, this time of year was a time when we set goals for the new year along with our expectations and … Continue reading “Resolving to Really Change”
It’s amazing how many times we know the right thing to do, yet we fail to do it. I think w all have those times in our lives where we need to take action and we are reluctant to do so. Over my career, I have been fortunate to work with quite a few executives … Continue reading “Making Difficult Decisions”
Change, even when it’s positive can be challenging. Learn what signs to watch for and how to deal positively with change.
Being coachable is critical to personal and business success. What are you doing to be coachable?
It’s amazing how much has changed when it comes to the web. If you haven’t been to our site lately, I recommend you check it out. For the last four years, InVision had pretty much the same look. Yesterday we launched a fresh new site that will have more tools for you. Like the companies … Continue reading “Changes are Coming!”
Want to see how to destroy a great reputation that took years to build in just a few short weeks? You might want to talk with Toyota. In their quest to become the world’s largest car company they made a mistake that GM was often considered guilty of. They let quality slip. That alone probably … Continue reading “Toyota, what have you done?!?”
Throughout my career, I have been on both sides of the hiring scene. I have dealt with the frustrations of finding a position that best matched my abilities and beliefs, and I also played various roles in hiring at every company I worked for. In either case, I would say the objective was the same: … Continue reading “Changing the Way We Hire”
t’s amazing how our world has changed in a relatively short period of time. When I attended college (not all that long ago) things like email and the internet were either in their fledgling stages or unheard of. Heck, anyone having a computer in their dorm room was a big deal. Today we are interconnected … Continue reading “The evils of email”