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The Myth of Stress

The Myth of Stress

A Buddhist parable tells the story of a monk confronted by a fierce tiger while on a quiet walk. The monk becomes motionless. He knows that just beyond him is a cliff and just below that cliff is the rocky shoreline and the turbulent sea. The monk is caught between...
Why Performance Management Programs Fail

Why Performance Management Programs Fail

Every Performance Management system I have ever seen over the years has typically focused on one thing: employee productivity (aka performance).  In one case, I saw a program developed by a large international consulting firm for a global pharmaceutical company, and...
Reclaiming Corporate Trust and Respect

Reclaiming Corporate Trust and Respect

For centuries the Roman Catholic Church dominated the world. In time, city states, and subsequently nation states, filled the vacuum caused by the decline of the church’s power in the world. More recently, these were replaced by corporations who have come to...
Discovered: Why There are so Few Leaders

Discovered: Why There are so Few Leaders

We have been discussing the difference between “managers” and “leaders” forever. But as I have worked with leaders over the years I have discovered within this distinction an important secret that may explain why we have so few real leaders....
New Release: The Bellwether Effect

New Release: The Bellwether Effect

I am excited to let you know that my latest book (#22!) is now available in all markets. Because I believe this message is so important for the world right now, I am making the Kindle version available of Amazon sites for US$0.99 until the end of June, 2018. I really...
Not Everything on the Internet is True!

Not Everything on the Internet is True!

I am in the process of finishing my next book. As all writers appreciate, the Internet is a wonderful resource for research, fact checking and searching for data, stories, quotes and more. But the Internet is notoriously sloppy as an arbiter of facts. For example,...

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