Tuesday Report

Why Don't You Listen to Me?

Why Don’t People Understand Me?

People Really Need to Understand What I’m Telling ThemAbout 2 billion people in the world speak English—and I’m speaking in English. Almost anywhere you go in the world, knowing the language of each country is useful, but if you speak English you can communicate.  Lots of

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A GIFT TO YOU AND YOUR TEAM

FROM CAROL KALLENDORF, PhD: Founder, Delta Associates, Inc. A summa con laude graduate of Duke University, Carol has been a lifelong consultant in the field of human performance, enabling thousands of people to achieve a better career and life.  Carol has a renowned ability to

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Kill Meetings? Are they really important?

Kill Meetings? Are they really important?

I don’t know about you, but meetings can be frustrating  difficult to endure, and mind-suckingly boring.  When you think the word meeting  the next word that pops into your mind is boring. It’s a real paradox—99% of all teams meet. Yet during the meeting, a substantial part

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Why Do I Overreact to the Small Stuff?

Lost Phone, Lost Keys, Lost Car Do you spend too much of your life looking for lost stuff?  Then totally over-react? I don’t know about you, but I’m always misplacing things and searching for them—all too often over-reacting to the situation as if I’d lost my

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Creating a Safe Place to Say What You Think

Can you get to a safe place where you can say what you think?    My first gut reaction would be, “Not a chance.  You can’t.”   You’re out of your mind if you think you can take what’s rumbling around in your head, drag it

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Alignment—the “Piece Missing” from Organizational Success

The process of alignment in most organizations today is episodic and often crisis-driven, rather than an organizational strategy. Organizations must embrace a system of aligning and coaching their top talent as a business strategy. How are business teams and sports teams alike? “Well actually, they’re

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Managing Your Mindspace

Do you remember back in the 90s—if you were around then—when computers were always running out of capacity and you had to try to add memory?  The times I tried to add capacity really didn’t get me very far.  In the end, I had to

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