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Why Your Personal Development May Suck & Hilarious Video You Won’t Forget post image

Is your personal leadership development like a five-minute university? One of my favorite videos is from an old chain-smoking priest character called Father Guido Sarducci played by Don Novello. While Novello had many funny skits, Father Guido Sarducci’s Five-Minute University is the best. He offers a degree at “his university” that is based on what the […] Read More

Win Win in Teamwork Story

Becoming a successful team begins with teammates who want to provide more value than they receive, who willingly and actively serve each other, who think of others first and put their own needs last, and who desire the success of the team over their own. As team members think of others first, they actually lose […] Read More

Hilarious Video of Dwight from the Office Going the Extra Mile as an Employee

As leaders, we all love having those employees who we really value, that go the extra mile and do a great job on every assignment and project that we give them. However, have you ever had someone not only go the extra mile, but also get lost along the way? Their intentions were good, but […] Read More

Setting Team Norms Managing Team Emotions

Because teams are made up of individuals with a variety of different personalities, unique histories, perspectives and opinions—apathy, anger and other human emotions are natural consequences that can interfere with a team’s ability to be successful. Managing team emotions and consequential negative types of behavior is critical to a team’s success and at the heart of effective teams. Since teams are hotbeds of […] Read More

Kindness and Leadership Kind Leaders Leading

It doesn’t hurt… It doesn’t take much time… Actually it is quite simple… And it is always the right thing to do. What am I talking about? I am talking about being kind. Gayle Lasalle wrote a post several years ago on my blog titled, “Be a Grateful Leader—Thank You and You’re Welcome Goes a Long […] Read More