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How to Support Someone Who Wants to Leave Your Organization

Traditionally if someone wants to leave your company, s/he doesn’t tell you.  They look for a job, secure one, and then provide two weeks notice.  Leaving you to scramble to find their replacement, and if you’re really lucky, leverage some of their time left training the new person.  Transition becomes a fire drill.  And can often lead to hard f Read more >

How Emotional Health Won the Superbowl

ESPN recently wrote an extensive article on the unusual coaching methodology of Pete Carroll, Head Coach for the Seattle Seahawks. Unusual because his philosophy hatched in answer to his question, "I wanted to find out if we went to the NFL and really took care of guys, really cared about each and every individual, what would happen?" They’ll win the Superbowl, that’s what’ll happen.

What’s Best vs. What’s Fair

I recently spoke to a forlorn business owner who lost one of his key people.

And while this was painful, what was more painful is he couldn’t hire the person who he interviewed and  knew would be a fabulous fit and could take the department to new heights.

Why?

Because someone who already works in his organization was already “covering” th Read more >

Toxic Rockstars & Rainmakers

They have you over a barrel.  Or so you think.

You tip toe around them.  You bend over backwards for them.  You walk on eggshells for them.

You swear your company can’t live without them, that you simply won’t be as successful because they’re THAT good.  They bring in THAT much revenue.  They’ve been around THAT long.  They know THAT much.  T Read more >

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