Do Your Policies and Procedures Serve The Purpose You Desire?

It’s that time of year when people begin working on changing, upgrading or developing new policies and procedures.  I want to challenge you to first define the reason why or why not you are undertaking this task.  I am a firm believer that we should not always do things the same way just because “we […]

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Sight but no Vision

“The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.” Helen Keller It has always amazed me that so many managers today proudly spend most of their time with their “shoulder to the wheel”, “nose to the grindstone”, “head down and sleeves rolled up”… well, you get the picture.  These managers are […]

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Weathering the Storms

  Have you ever felt like this old barn looks? I found this barn in Colorado.  I am sure it has seen its fair share of snow storms, droughts, tornados, etc., but even in its current form it will be refurbished to become a community center in a newly constructed neighborhood. I know I have […]

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