Category Archives: Volunteer Management

Trust and Credibility

Why do some projects falls short, while others soar to great success?  Why are some business relationships tainted with conflict, while others are smooth, fun, easy, and profitable? According to Stephen N.B. Covey- it’s all about TRUST. In his most recent book, The Speed of Trust, Covey builds a strong case for TRUST as the

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Volunteer Capital: Do you R.A.P?

Have you noticed all the  knowledge sharing  and strategies from thought leaders, managers, coaches, and consultants addressing the Upside of the Downturn. It’s everywhere- on Guy Kawasaki’s  AllTop portal, in the New York Times new Happy Days Blog,  Psychology Today,  Inc. and many more on-line and print publications. Human potential seminar leaders like Tony Robbins

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A Culture of Learning: Turning Values into Action

I am working on the development of a 16 -week on-line High Performance Human Resources Management course for one of my clients. Initially, a two- day seminar which I developed in 2007 for the CARAT Executive Leadership Institute, this course emphasizes the synergistic systems inherent in  talent management, retention, learning, and overall organizational effectiveness and

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