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R.O.W.E. or M.O.V.E. Management

If you were asked to put an X below to indicate your belief about what motivates people to consistently give their best at work, where would you make your mark?

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Tree Cutter Vision

“We’re loggers – We’re not landscapers,” said the leader of the close-kin gang of low-country men I hired to remove some pine trees on my quail hunting preserve.

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New Podcast Available

Mike discusses key points from The White Shirt in this episode of Play Your Position podcast.

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Glimpse of Civility

Leadership evolves by intention. In my work over the years with some very effective and ineffective managers, I have noticed that many young high-potential professionals,

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Prayerful Question

Is there something about me? Philosophers, poets, prophets and presidents — found in prayers, speeches, and books since civilization began — have put this single inquiry forward, in different words, from altering angles.

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The Right Questions

I have been an active member of Rotary International for 24 years. Rotary has 1.2 million members in 200 countries. This network of clubs has one big goal, which is to promote ethics in business and peace in the world

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Another Option – Clarity

At the beginning of each new year, many people get frustrated and think about changing jobs or careers. Most assume that the best way to get a better career is to quit where they are and move on

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Stand There

Most of us got where we are by taking the opposite advice: don’t just stand there, do something. Get movin’ was great guidance early in a career when we were focused on producing and getting assignments done alone.

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