Rubrics – Making Subjective Objective

When you need to make a decision or an evaluation, it is vitally important to have a tool that can guide your decision making process and be the means of obtaining an objective ranking for each of the possible outcomes. Many people have systems or even build tools that can help with such choices. Others Read more about Rubrics – Making Subjective Objective[…]

It Takes All Types – Know Yours

Many years ago I was on a leadership committee where we took a self-assessment quiz to examine which of three different personality traits we might favor. The three areas were – Relationship seeking, Goal oriented, and “Big Idea” oriented. Everyone tended to have one of these traits dominate more than the other two, although I Read more about It Takes All Types – Know Yours[…]

Denmark Regatta, 1979

Olympic Sized Goal Setting

As I write this post, it is approaching New Year’s, and like many if not most people, I do some scheduled reflection at this time of the year. I learned about goals and the systems one needs for achieving them through training for the Olympic sport known as sprint canoe. While I never made the Read more about Olympic Sized Goal Setting[…]

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“So, about that ‘new’ job of yours…”

If you’re older and have had a few jobs, perhaps this post will not be as meaningful to you.  Or, perhaps it will help you see how you can mentor those with less experience. I believe it takes at least a year to truly learn your “new” job.    I’ve had this view validate by several other Read more about “So, about that ‘new’ job of yours…”[…]