I spend far too much time reading news stories and watching television news. Last week, I stayed awake until about […]
We know the story of the Pilgrims and the bitter first winter in the new world. We recognize the part the very generous Native Americans played. We may give some thought to the reason for this important American holiday. If we are religious, we may see Thanksgiving as a privilege and a duty.
It turns out that a gratitude and thankfulness also have tremendous personal and professional benefits. Research on the presence or absence of gratitude suggests the following important returns on the gratitude investment:
I have long contended that each of us is or should be a leader. Leadership is influence. It may be […]
I was interested to see Kelly Meerboot’s guest column in the Philadelphia Business Journal entitled, Does Trump need a dose […]
In the book Leadership Presence (2004), Halpern and Lubar mention that they always start their management and leadership workshops with […]