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10 Questions To Get The Right Agent For You!

As a Change Agent™, I believe that sometimes we don’t realize what we need until we get it. Whether I am creating change for business leaders, small business owners, individuals in private practice, or in real estate, the practice of self-reflection and critical thinking are needed. Often we are overwhelmed by the questions we are … Continue reading

Middle Managers–The Pickle In Your Sandwich!

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Performance Management-a phrase that inspires fear, anxiety, frustration, impatience and sometimes anger none of which is the general intention of this phrase. Or at lease that is the working assumption in this posting. As a Change consultant, I have seen this phrase used as a departure tool for employees that shall we say were not … Continue reading

Lipstick, art and communication

Passive aggression is truly an art form. The beauty of it is that when confronted, the artists just say, “I didn’t mean to do it or I don’t know what you are talking about.” Deny, Deny, Deny. Admins run businesses, run departments, they are the pulse. As we know in an office, it is imperative … Continue reading