Stop listening to the sexists of the world; start listening to our hearts and our heads.
"You’ve got to get your ego out of the way, because it’s constantly wanting to take over."
Civility can make or break a workplace.
Let your people vent their feelings first before giving them a new assignment. It is good to confront the issues in the room before action is taken.
An idea for using "spent" grain from brewing turned into a company for Dan Kurzrock.
These are 3 types of conversations you don't want to encourage.
Don’t excuse bad workplace behavior. Don’t accept ignorance of the behaviors or turn a blind eye to them just because the employee is key or a rainmaker for the organization.
Our thinking patterns are like well-developed muscles. It takes time and focus to train and adjust them to new movements, new thoughts and messages.
Leaders aren't challenged by good times; it's how they react when things aren't going well.
Living in ignorance is no solution. You need to learn from your mistakes.