This is a letter written back in April 2001 to a friend after hearing of her promotion… My dearest friend – Good news travels quickly – congratulations on your promotion! Just a few thoughts as you move into your new role. First – remember where you came from. All of the employees are looking toContinue reading “Letter to a friend on her promotion”
8 Characteristics of Organizational Effectiveness Organizational effectiveness can be defined as how effective a group or organization is in achieving the results and outcomes the organization is tasked to produce. Ethics plays a big role in organizational effectiveness as well as how it communicates internally and externally. All three work hand in hand to bringContinue reading “8 Characteristics of Organizational Effectiveness”
You get more than you give when you give more than you get.
There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things because the innovator has enemies – all those who have done well under the old conditions and lukewarm defenders in those whoContinue reading “New order of things…”
4th Mini-Maxim in a series… 4. When the ball is over, take off your dancing shoes. As a child, I used to hear my Aunt Linda say this, and it puzzled me a great deal, until the day I heard her spell out the lesson more explicitly. My sister, Vickie, had come back from a tripContinue reading “When the ball is over, take off your dancing shoes.”