10 Suggestions to be a Balanced Manager

  Do you have a worry plant at work?  It just might help you be a balanced manager…   I once heard a story, many years ago about a man who had a worry […]

Sitcom Management – Is it real?

“Sitcom Management” – you know the type of management you see on television…. where you wonder if anyone is really that bad.  Is it real?  Have you ever experienced it?  Well you know the […]

3 Mistakes Managers Make

I shake my head when I hear these 3 common mistakes managers make in all industries…. especially with young professionals.  Managing and leading for success is an exercise in humility.  The focus must be […]

Hiring and On-Boarding New Employees – Video

Easy steps to hiring and on-boarding of new employees:    

Great Tips on Employee Evaluations

Depending on your organization or field of expertise,  employee evaluations come around on a regular basis.  These formal employee evaluations might be once a year or as often as quarterly.  They typically consist of […]

The Right Place – The 5 R’s of Management

I’ve shared with you already about my dad.  He managed for 34 years of his life… and from the time I can remember he always preached the Five R’s to success in management.   […]

Parent Engagement – Video

Here are my thoughts on Elementary Parent Engagement from the view point of Parent Partnerships…. Overview: Three types of Parent Partners: Fund Raisers Volunteers Academic Support Focus on Parent Partners who Provide Academic Support: […]

Leadership Lessons from the Classroom

I know the power of relationships and I also know that, if we look at successful teachers we can learn some leadership lessons from the classroom.   I have been blessed to have many […]

School Car Line Pick-up: Tips and Tricks

There are so many processes to learn at the start of a new school year, especially if you are a new family.  Like what are the school car line pick-up rules?  Or how do […]

On The Bus Called Leadership

“Get the right people on the bus, the wrong people off the bus, and the right people in the right seats.” ~Jim Collins   Typically we are raised to believe there are rules in […]