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While in Australia I visited a WeWork location to meet a client. It was more than beautiful – you really felt like a pat of something very ‘on trend’ in the open workspace, with room for private meetings and a schedule for the barber’s visit posted next to the coffee bar. Founder Adam Neumann was
I’m in Asia to meet with a small international group of top entrepreneurs. It’s fabulous!! Having never been here before, as the date for departure got closer, nerves began creeping in. Why? As an expert, shouldn’t I be immune to the effects of change? When I assess the impact of change on stakeholders, I ask
“You can not learn this on the job! Training is mandatory.” And yet, we witnessed a disturbingly low enrollment rate. Without a critical mass of well-trained users, there was no way Enbridge would see a return on a multi-million dollar technology transformation investment. Why weren’t they signing up? Here are the major suspects when people are
Let’s count. When faced with an angry or emotional individual, when has it helped to say, “Calm down.”? Have you finished counting? I predict your answer is approximately ZERO. It’s such a common response to anger, frustration, and sadness, yet has absolutely no benefit. Why? Emotional responses serve both a cathartic and communicative purpose. They are an
Sometimes cookies are the solution. At a recent family get together Theresa was talking about her study habits as she prepared for medical exams. “It’s hard to say focused. Sometimes I put a cookie in the textbook every 10 pages. No cookie until I finish studying each part!” Certain activities excite and awaken our passions