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TalentCulture | March 6, 2015

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Leadership

10 Ways To Escape From The Crowd

January 21, 2015 |

One of the more serious problems in society today is spacial separation; we are way too close to one another.

We find ourselves almost in the living room of our neighbor. Students sit shoulder-to-shoulder in classrooms and lecture halls. Sidewalks … Read More

Lead With Love And You’ll Love The Results

January 20, 2015 |

Valentine’s Day is in less than a month. I know, right? But love is already in the air. The problem is: it’s *still* not in the air, or culture, or anywhere else at too many companies.

That’s really too bad, … Read More

This Workplace Merry-Go-Round Never Slows

January 20, 2015 |

“Midway hawkers calling ‘Try your luck with me’ Merry-go-round wheezing The same old melody…”

—Neil Peart (Lakeside Park)

We became carnies for a day – midway hawkers calling out from our very own front yard. The main reason was to … Read More

Effectively Communicating Change To A Disgruntled Workforce

January 19, 2015 |

How do you communicate change to disgruntled employees and win their support and co-operation? In this fast-paced age of information and technological growth, change is inevitable — whether we wish it or not. So, how do you get your unwilling … Read More

The Year Of Living Inspirationally

January 12, 2015 |

I checked my latest Instagram/Facebook picture post and one of the comments read: “You really should have your own reality show, Kevin.”

I smiled. KevTV, I thought. Nice ring to it. But no – the movies The Truman Show (1998) … Read More

Rise To The Challenge: Live Your Impact

January 8, 2015 |

How much difference did you make today? If you were to step back and look at that work, would you feel like you added real value to the world, or just kept things ticking over?

It’s easy to slip into … Read More

How Would Picasso Design Your Org Chart?

January 8, 2015 |

We typically think of organizational charts as a set of vertically stacked boxes that represent people and their job descriptions. Additionally, the chart illustrates who reports to whom and the hierarchy of the company. And this is generally how we … Read More

In Management, Nothing Is Fabulous

January 2, 2015 | 12

Peter Drucker, and many others, have often used symphony orchestra conductors as a metaphor for the role of a CEO/leader in the corporate world.

That said, in all the many daily lists, blogs, and tweets regarding “what great leaders do … Read More

8 Actions You Can Take To Survive A Shift

December 22, 2014 |

When do you know a shift is occurring that will significantly alter the competitive landscape and terms of play?

There are some people who lead a shift and determine its direction. Steve Jobs engineered a series of discontinuities that not … Read More

A Wave-Making Christmas Miracle

December 22, 2014 | 1

I still couldn’t believe our car wasn’t back yet. The local auto shop owner shrugged and shook his head.

“Sorry Kevin, but I’m going to have to lock up. I don’t want you to have to wait in the rain … Read More