Posted on May 4, 2012

In 2012 we are saturated with the myth that communications is about being constantly ‘plugged-in’ with e-mail, twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, instant messenger, Skype, Face time or now Pinterest. Of course to run with the techno-geeks it’s a matter of shelling … Continue reading

Chairing vs Facilitating

Posted on Apr 10, 2012

There are major differences when it comes to chairing and facilitating a meeting or program. If we understand and focus on these distinctions, and stay on track with the initial process, it enhances the success of any program. Chairing a … Continue reading

Register Now for these Certificate Programs!

Posted on Apr 4, 2012

The following certificate programs are offered in partnership with the Vancouver School Board, Continuing Education, in Spring 2012:   Human Resources   Leadership and Management   Project Management   Sales and Services To obtain more information and/or register for classes, … Continue reading

Leading From Behind

Posted on Mar 28, 2012

So much has been in the news with the latest catchphrase ‘Leading From Behind’. The Occupy Wall Street movement has been cited as a prime example of the lead from behind philosophy, as has Germany’s underpinning of the erratic Euro. … Continue reading

Don’t Apologize for Expecting Excellence!

Posted on Mar 19, 2012

A few weeks ago I challenged a group of people in a leadership class to talk about their passion and vision. Leaders: Don’t ever apologize for your passion or vision. That’s what inspires excellence in others and people are capable … Continue reading

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