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
Month: February 2011
Friends, I offer you a quote that knocked me over, a manly leadership lesson from it, and a then a more universal leadership lesson. Many – from Boston, hoops nuts, and mostly my age or older – need no introduction to Bill Russell. For the rest, a thumbnail: Bill Russell is a giant – literally … Continued
In the last segment of the show Dan talks about perspective taking and investment. Not investment like money, but our investment with upcoming generation.
In this part of the show Dan invite’s callers on to talk about the benefits of coaching, state cuts, and how they are achieving their goals.
How much does leadership coaching cost, or can you get for free? Listen to Mary Jo’s answer’s to these questions in this segment.
Leadership Coach Mary Jo Asmus talks with Dan on what coaches do, how you know it’s working, and how you know you have benefited from the experience.
In the second half of Dan’s interview with Mel, Dan continues his talk on the reductions being made throughout the state personnel.
Dan talks with Mel Grieshaber the Executive Director of Michigan Corrections, and they discuss the cuts being made of state workers.
In the second segment Dan learns the “secret” to really achieving your goals, and why short term goals usually don’t work out in the long run.
In this segment Dan talks with Mark Murphy on his new book “Hard Goals.” Listen to hear how measurable goals are, if they are realistic, achievable, and what kinds of goals work.