Daring to Dad With DJ Rezac

DJ Rezac is the author of the book series and program, Dare to Dad, which launched on Father’s Day this year. He also happens to be a great client and friend. So many of my clients are juggling complicated work and home lives, which is a lot like playing six-dimensional chess. When I first met […] See More

July 30, 2017

More on the Perils of Work/Life Imbalance

A while back I wrote about the fallacy that overwork meant better work. More and more, people in the business world are beginning to recognize that working 60 and 70 and 80 hours a week is not a virtue. Rather, it reveals certain weaknesses in the worker. While there can be some short-term benefits to […] See More

October 5, 2016

ONE SIMPLE WAY TO REVOLUTIONIZE THE EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE

I’ve been thinking and writing a lot lately about the importance of employee satisfaction to the overall health of the organization. I think it’s one of the major trends that will define conversations about work and changes in how we work this year and beyond. However, it’s easy to understand why so many organizations have […] See More

January 13, 2016

MANAGEMENT TRENDS TO KEEP AN EYE ON IN 2016

In 2015, we saw a profusion of discussion about ongoing fundamental changes taking place in the workplace. “The Future of Work” was discussed in articles from many major publications and leaders of prominent companies took a public stand in acknowledging these changes. Going forward, it’s crucial that leaders be aware of trends as they continue […] See More

December 30, 2015

BALANCING IN-PERSON AND REMOTE WORK

I recently wrote about how remote workers and telecommuting have become a standard part of the new world of work. When supported by great internal communication as well as the right technological tools, these practices can be a net benefit for employees and leadership alike. But telecommuting doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing proposition. Here […] See More

August 20, 2015

CREATING CULTURE FROM WITHIN

When it comes to creating a great company culture in a startup, you can’t expect the stars to simply align because you have a specific and fleshed out vision. You have a (probably small) number of people who you need to share your vision and be equally committed to seeing it realized and acted out […] See More

June 8, 2015