The Lost Lesson of Sharing: How to Bring Commitment Back to Your Organization

The Lost Lesson of Sharing: How to Bring Commitment Back to Your Organization
by Elise Boggs

 

From our first moments of understanding, we are taught by our parents to share with others, but somehow the lesson gets lost along the way to becoming adults in a competitive world. We are taught to hold our cards close and act in our own self-interest as leaders. This lack of “sharing” is evident in the way vision is created and communicated within organizations.  Continue reading “The Lost Lesson of Sharing: How to Bring Commitment Back to Your Organization”

Letting the Smoke Clear: For Once in My Life I Smell Good or 30 Days as a Non-Smoker

It is about an hour and half into my thirty days as a non-smoker, as a clean air breather. If you are a smoker and you are afraid of quitting, if it actually strikes a fear within your heart so much so that you light up at the very thought, hold on, and it’s OK to light up as you read this. I know exactly how you feel, and you too can quit. Continue reading “Letting the Smoke Clear: For Once in My Life I Smell Good or 30 Days as a Non-Smoker”