Who’s to Blame? Thinking Bigger about Blame to Solve Significant Problems

Trump blames China. Democrats blame Trump. His followers blame Bill Gates. Who is really to blame?Does it really matter?Those that follow this blog know that I’m not a political extremist, in fact, I seldom write about a political perspective. Instead, I write and work to solve significant problems with compassion, communication, and collaboration. Read More

Mind-shift Monday: Quote of the Week on Networking

“Disruption is an attitude that dares to go beyond limitation. It is audacious in its believes and irreverent to unproductive traditions. . . . Finding those who have this attitude while yet being collaborative and willing to be a good team member is a challenge.” DISRUPT Your Networking is the new release of Loren Murfield, Ph.D, Read More

Are you Fostering a Cutting-Edge Culture?

Why are some organizations innovative and others not? How can you work to foster a cutting-edge culture from your leadership position? In this post, we examine how organizational culture is critical to innovative organizations. Specifically, we detail seven essential elements and assess how you and your organization fares. This begins a series on creating a cutting-edge culture. Read More

Have You Noticed the Growing Trend of Collaborative Leadership

Competition used to be the dominant business model. In fact, it still may be. However, if you notice, you will see an increasing trend in collaborative leadership. This is the sixth and final post in a series detailing 5 trends that will disrupt every business within the next five years. In this post, we examine how collaborative leadership will challenge us very quickly. Read More

How will the Trend of a Generational Shift affect your Workplace? (For Gen Y and Z)

This is the second half of the previous post where we discussed how tapping the generational shift can help older workers find disruptive opportunities. This is part of my series detailing the 5 Trends that will Disrupt Every Business within the next 5 Years. Earlier we discussed “How will Technology Disrupt your Work?” Read More