No not technology, silly! People who like to help connect others. When was the last time someone at a networking event or meeting offered to connect you with someone? When was the last time YOU offered to connect someone? Find groups and venues where connectors thrive!
In sifting through my Google filter on leadership and public speaking postings today, a letter to the editor about our next great presidential race got me thinking “What will help you reach a dream leadership role faster: your experience, or, your character?” Having both helps to seal the deal. But, how do you get “there” […]
In the last week I’ve had a number of people ask “who do you want to meet“, and, in all honesty, I was very flattered to have others helping me in connecting with others I believe I can help in achieving their dreams. Of course that got me to think, out of a plethora of […]
I love to get infront of clients and help them understand the value and break down the complexity of my world of technology – which on the surface looks to be a bunch of hype, acronyms and other mumbo jumbo, but really does add value and make sense once someone breaks it down logically. In […]
In Lisa Braithwaite’s recent blog post, Lisa highlight a few “no nos” for speakers. I’ve incorporated her list into my “Top 10 Speaker Faux Pas to Avoid”: 1. Fidget 2. Reveal You Made a Mistake 3. Read the Slides 4. Deliver in Monotone 5. Mumble 6. “Like…like….um..um..like…um…..” 7. Go Over Your Alloted Time 8. Lack […]
After reading an article this morning on a wonderful leadership initiative in Namibia, Africa, I thought I’d do a quick review of some exiciting leadership programs and initiatives from around the world. Namibia Provides Leadership Training to School PrincipalsIt’s a train the trainer program on vision, empowering and building strong teams with ways to build […]