Are Your Managers Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?

Are Your Managers Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution? Is this an HR issue? The latest survey from Right Management reveals that three out of four organizations lost high-performing employees they did not want to lose during the past year. Good people will find good opportunities, even in a slow job market. […]

The Impact of Alcoholism on the Family

The Impact of Alcoholism on the Family. Many people think that the one that suffers the most is the person who has been abusing Alcohol or Drugs for a long period of time. Here is a client’s struggle not only with alcohol but also gaining his family’s trust. After Carlos’ encounter with his father, his […]

A Bully

Basic definition of A Bully A bully is an individual who meets his “need” for self-worth, respect, empowerment, and  validation, tragically, by repeatedly, disempowering others, over time. The bully will use verbal, physical, racial, sexual, financial, and cyber tactics, to name a few, to get what he wants without the other person’s consent. As one […]

Anti-bullying awareness month

October is Anti-bullying awareness month. You have probably asked yourself time after time What makes a “Bully”? As a parent you know how hard it is when your child is being bullied. We feel helpless. Monday, October 2nd GO BLUE! Anti-bullying activities include STOMP Out Bullying™’s signature campaign Blue Shirt Day® World Day of Bullying Prevention™  On the […]

Thinking leadership style

How we think is behind everything we do. It directs what we pay attention to, how we process information, how we interact with others and how we make decisions. It’s no wonder then that a difference in thinking approaches would make alignment challenging. In fact, how well we understand and can adapt our thinking goes […]