Taking action that affects things beyond ourselves leads to success in business for ourselves and for other people.

What should we consider when deciding our business WFH policies?

Taking the long-term effects of our decisions into account is more beneficial than being shortsighted.

Did you make time for someone smashing a monitor in your office today?

We often see symptoms as problems and we focus on those symptoms instead of solving problems that cause those symptoms.  No wonder – it’s hard work untangling root causes.   

A manager isn’t necessarily a leader, and a leader may not be the most skilled at a certain position.

Figuring out what you’re not really that good at can help you be a better leader.

How recognizing that I had made a mistake was part of getting a couple patents.

Solving employee conflict often means being vulnerable, direct, and holding on to your goals.

Leadership drives culture, and culture drives performance.