Previously on “Everyday Leadership”: Working through Conflicts

Previously on “Everyday Leadership” Dan talked about conflict and resolution at home, work and play. Solving problems seems easy enough, but what about when people aren’t willing to budge? Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University Iris Bohnet was on to talk with Dan about her role with the Program on Negotiation. Founded in 1983, … Continued

Recently on “Everyday Leadership”: Leading Women on Leading Men

Recently on “Everyday Leadership” Dan talked with three leading women about the work family debate. Dan discussed the differences in the ways men and women lead on both the work and home front, and how we view both. Joan Williams Director of the Center for Work Life Law at the University of California, and Professor … Continued

Previously on “Everyday Leadership”: Gender Roles in Health Care

Previously on “Everyday Leadership” Dan talks about “Health Care and the Role of Caregivers.” Many of us think of women in the role of nursing, but what about the men of nursing? Author Christine Williams has written about men in women’s jobs and how the workplace is still largely a man’s world. Williams will be … Continued

Recently on “Everyday Leadership”:Men and Women Working and Buying

Recently on “Everyday Leadership” Dan talked about the different ways men and women work and how they consume. Consider the fact the women make up just over 50% of the U.S. population, and make over 80% of consumer decisions. Dan will have different experts on to discuss why this is, and the differences and similarities … Continued

On “Everyday Leadership”: Reach your Goals Faster and Lead in Tough Times

Recently on “Everyday Leadership” Dan looked into reaching your goals faster and leading through tough situations. Dan talked to Mark Murphy the founder and CEO of Leadership IQ,and a top-rated provider of leadership training for Microsoft, IBM, MasterCard, Merck, and other companies. Murphy was on to discuss his new book “Hard Goals.” A book that … Continued

Last Week on “Everyday Leadership”: How to be the Boss

Last week on “Everyday Leadership” Dan discussed being the boss, and the different managerial styles between men and women. Different managerial styles between men and women can be a loaded question, with many different takes on it. Dan was looking to explore if there is a difference between genders, and what kind of effect it … Continued

Recently on “Everyday Leadership”: Fortune 100 Companies

Recently on “Everyday Leadership” Dan discussed the recent release of the Fortune 100 list. What Michigan companies are new to the list, and what companies are returning. Michael Burchell Vice President for Global Business Development and Nate Butki consultant with The Great Place to Work Institute were on to discuss each company on the Fortune … Continued

On “Everyday Leadership”: Surviving a Digital Workplace

In the 21st century social media is king, and companies are looking for new ways to adapt to the constantly connected world. On “Everyday Leadership” Dan discussed how to survive in a digital workplace. Dave Evans author of “Social Media: An Hour a Day” and contributer to www.digital-voodoo.com. A social media strategy and intelligence firm … Continued

On “Everyday Leadership”: New Year and New Beginnings

On “Everyday Leadership” Dan will be talked about “New Year and New Beginnings.” With 2011 well underway time to reevaluate your new years resolutions, and what you are doing to reinvent yourself as an everyday leader. A former nationally syndicated columnist for the Wall Street Journal and workplace author and speaker Alexandra Levit was on … Continued