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Engagement at Work Matters

  In 1995, businesses talked about and cared about employee. Twenty years later, businesses talk about and care about employee. Why? Because it matters. In the last twenty years, research has…

Getting Unstuck

I just released my book Unstuck at Last: Using Your Strengths to Get What You Want on Amazon. It is the first book I have ever written, but I hope it’s not the…

One more time . . . with feeling

How to Invest in Your Employees

It’s funny how some of the simplest questions can be the toughest to answer. I was reading a great New York Times article that reminded me of this fact. It’s…

Using Your Talents to Balance Work and Home

I am writing to share some exciting news! A piece I penned on finding that ever-elusive balance between work and home was chosen to run on the Gallup Strengths Center…

How Gritty Are You?

Grit may have little significance to you. In fact, the term grit may merely seem relevant to you at your semiannual dental check-up when that sandy paste is spread all…

Join StrengthsFinder Enthusiasts!!

Do you know your strengths? Are you interested in meeting new people who want to improve their professional and personal lives by using their strengths every day? Consider joining the…

Storytelling – A Quick Guide

  This fantastic TEDTalk video presents a complex issue – the high rate of terrorism in underdeveloped countries – and quickly connects the viewer to both the issue and the…

5 Tips to Instill Trust and Foster Engagement

If you think that trust and engagement are “nice to haves” not “need to haves” in today’s competitive marketplace, I have a reading recommendation. It’s an article from Fast Company that was…

Celtics’ Brad Stevens Understands What It Means to Use Your Strengths

On occasion I think that the plethora of sports-related metaphors used in the business world may be a bit overdone . . . but then a perfect one just falls…