I feel obliged to begin this article with a disclaimer. I am certainly not an expert on the behavioral differences between the genders, nor am
For many years, I have heard the phrase “TOUCHY FEELY” used by managers of both genders, to describe a variety of things and behaviors in
We have all heard the axiom “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. By extension of that logic, I suppose that means if it is
A colleague of mine — Jack O’Connor — frequently shares with his workshop participants the notion that there are many ways beyond money, to pay
A LITTLE THING THAT MATTERS —- When one becomes a manager in many organizations, there are numerous symbols of power and authority that often accompany
A LITTLE THING THAT MATTERS —- Back in the 1950’s, one of America’s most popular television shows was a program called “Father Knows Best”.