Monthly Archives: December 2011

Posted by: Paul Glover

GUEST POST: Pick a Winner: The Limits of Confidence

December 15th, 2011 10 Comments

The quintessential manager or leader has the vision and judgment to consistently make good decisions, taking risks where appropriate to stay ahead of the competition.  That said, leaders are often called upon to make decisions intuitively, as often there is … Continue reading

Posted by: Paul Glover

GUEST POST: Leadership…. The Price of Position

December 13th, 2011 7 Comments

“A good leader knows when to push the team; just as they know when to back off and obtain the best results.” Not everyone is cut out to be the leader. It takes a special person to wear the title, … Continue reading

Posted by: Paul Glover

How Many Thank You’s Are Enough Thank You’s? Positive Reinforcement in the Workplace

December 1st, 2011 3 Comments

G.B. Stern said, “Silent gratitude isn’t much use to anyone,” and today’s workforce agrees. The command and control style of management doesn’t do much for the Knowledge Economy workers in terms of motivation. And to be able to engage these … Continue reading