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29, March 2017

The Fido Factor: What Dogs Can Teach You about Great Leadership

Dogs have a natural genius for leadership. We arrived at this conclusion after many years of painstaking research, which included thousands of hours of ear scratching, throwing tennis balls and watching many seasons of dog shows on Animal Planet. The leadership traits that dogs embody can be boiled down to four key areas—the “Fido Factors”Fido …

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29, March 2017

Why Taking Responsibility Was Worth Getting Fired

Responsible companies and people communicate, communicate, communicate. Both the good and the bad. Here’s a story about how I personally confronted the issue of taking responsibility in the workplace. In the early 90s, I ran a division of a company that resold equipment for Toshiba. Toshiba created a major product improvement, and they wanted all …

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29, March 2017

Why Stop a “Stop Doing List” is as Important as Your “To-Do List”

To stop doing is difficult. The worst time manager I ever worked with was a brilliant vice president at a growing high-tech company. He did a time audit and that indicated he was working 240 hours a week. Since there are only 168 hours in a week I knew there were some issues I needed …

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