My favorite learning experiences have been in informal settings, a restaurant or bar listening to people chat about their lives at work and play. Many great conversations began “Do you have a pen and a piece of paper? I wanna show you something.”
I have been lucky to travel widely and live in different countries. It is the commonalities that make us connect and the differences that make us interesting. Living in different cultures has taught me that it is important to acknowledge and relish the spice of our differences and concentrate on our shared qualities.
A good decision process, creating group cohesion, and acquiring critical thinking skills are important for leaders regardless of where they work. Large organizations, start-up companies, and in both the public and private sectors all share similar challenges. The best solutions are usually found by working for the group and caring about the other guy.
Everyone has the potential to become a great leader.
I give people the tools to be good leaders, desire and circumstance create the opportunities. When the opportunity arises, you’ll be ready.
My intention is to share opinions and experiences in an informal conversational tone. The articles here are my opinions on a range of topics. I will try to keep them related to business, leadership, and critical thinking, but I reserve the right to break my own rules.
I hope the articles are of some practical value or, at least, fun.
So, have a seat and take a load off. Do you have a piece of paper? I wanna show you something…