One of the most productive ways to see a country, especially where you don't speak the language, is to hire a private guide. You get an insider's perspective, a translator, and a driver all rolled into one. And if you are lucky enough to have a tour guide like one [More]
Doesn't it feel good when someone recognizes the great work that you do each day? And conversely, doesn't it feel awful when your faults are publicly exposed? Too often, we jump on the "fault" bandwagon, and don't give credit to others for the great things that they do. Yet, there [More]
Most leaders recognize that their staff and colleagues are the ones that are directly responsible for their success. But how often do we recognize them for it? No one likes to be thought of as a "work unit": we are all individuals doing (hopefully) important things. Recognizing, and celebrating your [More]
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