Lessons from Coach Elliot Uzelac that Every Leader Should Learn

The Benton Harbor (MI) Tigers made headlines across the country during this past football season. They were featured in Sports Illustrated, ESPN, and Good Morning America for their historic run at the state playoffs. I first heard about this story from my sister, Louise Wrege. She is a reporter who covers news in the St. […]

Fighting the Forces of Evil On the Job

I was revisiting some of my previous activity on Quora and was reminded of a scenario that (sadly) many folks find themselves in at work: “If your boss is a jerk and wants you to follow him to bad mouth and blame others, should you follow suit?” It’s so frustrating when a situation like this […]

On Building Trust

Trust is a topic that’s come up for me a couple times this week. My friend Heather Coleman-Voss, a career coach in Michigan, wrote a very interesting post about managers developing trust in the workplace. In it, she talks about some of the ways that leaders can encourage their employees to trust them. Another great […]

Five Rules for Keeping Your Career on Track in the Midst of a Slacker

Proactive career management can be a stressful task to undertake, especially with all the economic ups and downs we have experienced over the past several years. When you are employed, you feel like you need to do everything you can to present every aspect of your work in a positive light and you worry that […]

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