Bringing to life programs and ideas that create innovation often requires persuasion. New ideas can be perceived as risky, dangerous, and create the "unknown." Seth Godin, offers a recommendation to help get the lever pulled that helps to create the change [...]
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Compromise gets a bad rap in the United States. Departing with anything less than the biggest, the best, and the most reflects weakness. Yet, since most of us work in an environment where different people come from different backgrounds with differing [...]
You have just completed two days of brainstorming. You have narrowed your ideas to the fewer, bigger, and better, and are eager to put them into action. Your next step is to share these ideas within your organization for approval to [...]
How something is presented has an effect on how it is received. Rocket science!? No, it is common sense. Yet, we sometimes neglect the subtleties of presentation and persuasion... especially when we are excited about an idea or innovation. So many [...]
Meetings. We have too many of them. Many Most aren't productive. They are a necessary evil. But they don't necessarily have to be evil... There are all sorts of strategies when hosting meetings. If you keep them small, you'll encounter less [...]
Sand For Your Inbox October 2010 I'm excited to share with you a free Guide To Great Reading which includes fifteen books we recommend in the categories of: Creative Thinking & Innovation,Be Remarkable, and Brand Building. I know you'll love the [...]