General Morrison AO reminding members of the Australian army on their responsibilities with respect to Unacceptable behavior. I think this type of response to an issue shows real leadership.
Unfortunately life has been busy of late which has meant less time for reading and learning and less time for posting on Back of a Coaster. I found this article this morning though and no matter what level you lead at, the lessons in it are valuable. Adam Bryant (@nytcorneroffice) has done a great job […]
I’ve always liked this story as an analogy of how to lead. I’ve ever been able to find a good image of it though so I decided to have a go at creating one.
We were lucky enough to get some of the first HP Revolve 810 Ultrabooks to arrive in Australia. I have been for some time an enormous fan of Windows 8. I’ve been runinng it on my 8470 since just prior to the general release and have enjoyed the experience. Running a surface at the same […]
As always there’s something quite beneficial in being able to learn from someone like Steven Sinofsky’s experience. http://blog.learningbyshipping.com/2013/04/29/using-meetings-to-be-more-effective/
Reblogged from Goal Habits.com: “My mother once told me, when you have to make a decision, imagine the person you want to become someday. Ask yourself, what would that person do?” —Barry Deutsch ____________________________________ Enjoy today. Achieve today. Tomorrow is promised to no one! Never forget about who you would like to be.
Reblogged from Leadership Freak: No wonder your office feels like a morgue. You connect with vendors and clients but not with your receptionist, employees, or colleagues. It’s all business with coworkers but you send notes, make calls, and take clients to lunch. Bosses who mouth the words, “We’re family here,” but stand aloof are hypocrites. […]