It happens every January. The “LISTS” emerge. The ‘best and worst’ of everything from the year past. The lists are entertaining at best – and can be dangerous at worst.
~Shelley~ We have clients with a global footprint who operate with team members from all corners of the globe. Most use English as their universal language and for many of
~ Judy ~ Here’s the disclaimer: I am NOT pushing Prudential Financial Services. What I am pushing is the idea that small things can impact a much bigger picture.
~ Judy You may have read earlier blog posts that I’ve created about my love of John Wooden, college basketball’s greatest coach. He was called the “Wizard of Westwood” during
~Shelley Roberts One of my alter egos is “Captain Obvious”. He emerges when I say or do something with my client that everyone already knows – and yet may not
~Shelley Roberts From the movie, You’ve got Mail: After Joe Fox opens the box store, Fox Books, and closes down the ‘Little Bookshop Around the Corner’ owned by Kathleen Kelly….
~Shelley Roberts While visiting my aunt last month she received shoes in the mail that she had ordered online. The shoes were cute, and, they are shoes that could
Who buys Prunes? The Power of Language and Re-framing ~Shelley Roberts As a leader, the language we choose to use will either enhance our ability to lead – or it
~Judy Yu No matter what you think about Donald Trump, “the Donald,” and his management style, highlighted by those famous words, “You’re Fired”, this leader is a proven success. Trump
~Shelley Roberts I was eager to read Lean In: Women, work and the will to lead, by Sheryl Sandberg because it was a gift from a client who is a powerful