Category Archives: Cultural Change
Making Workplace Relationships a Priority
Harvard Business Review’s Management Tip of the Day is around Making Workplace Relationships a Priority. Below are the excerpt and a link to the article that inspired, “What a Year of WFH Has Done to Our Relationships at Work” by Nancy Baym, Jonathan Larson and Ronnie Martin. The article and excerpt are insightful, and remind […]
The Millennial Debate
Many of you are familiar with Simon Sinek and his famous Ted Talks “Golden Circle” or as it is officially titled, How Great Leaders Inspire Action. I have used this video and belief system (which is based on truly knowing your “why”) many times as a foundation to inspire others and ignite conversations related to […]
How a small neighborhood cafe’ just might be the answer to all “our” problems.
I was in Sonoma for a board meeting recently. Tired of eating the standard resort meals for breakfast; I decided to head out to to find some local fare. After a quick Google, I found a highly rated local place just a short walk from the resort called “Creekside Cafe”. Apparently this place is an […]
Community. What does that mean to you? Most might associate the word with their neighborhood – where they live. My wife and I are fortunate to live in a nice community in Alexandria, VA called Delray. We chose to live here because of the way it makes us feel. We live just a few miles […]