I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions, but I do reflect upon the lessons of the previous year. If you do this enough you will see your life through wider, clearer lenses. You will also see if you are making progress. Were the lessons learned or do they need to be repeated? Here is a […]
As I write this post today, someone right up the road in Simpsonville, SC has won the MEGA MILLIONS lottery! According to WYFF News-4, “The $1.6 billion prize reflects the annuity option, paid over 29 years. However, nearly all winners take the cash option, which for Tuesday’s drawing was an estimated $913 million.” South Carolina is […]
One of the challenges of any working relationship is when and how to properly resign. Whether you have worked with a company for decades, or are completing your 90-day introductory period, it can be awkward and even painful to exit gracefully. Let’s say you’ve made the decision to leave. Assuming there are no legal reasons […]
My previous post, #ME TOO Goes Two Ways prompted great feedback on harassment in the workplace. HR departments are scrambling to reboot, rewrite, refine, and reactivate polices and practices to provide more distinctive boundaries for grown up behavior at work. All these years we have believed it is children who require boundaries for healthy growth. Certainly […]
Who ISN’T experiencing life with Millennials these days? Millennials are those born @ 1981 – 1997, a/k/a Generation Y (Why? Why? Why?) a/k/a the ME, ME, ME generation. They are also called the Echo Boomers as most of them are children of Baby Boomers who created their birth rate surge. My two sons are Millennials (technically). Neither […]
By request, the next few posts will explore the hottest NOT new topic in workplaces: MILLENNIALS. Everybody’s talkin’ ’bout ‘um! Today is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. “On the fourth Thursday of each April, more than 37 million workplaces participate in Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. This year marks the 21st anniversary,” […]
Many of you have asked for an update following the loss of our home to fire earlier this year. What Can I Do? Thank you for your continued prayers. Moving through Labor Day weekend, I felt a profound sense of transition. I deemed it a ready departure from the previous eight months of loss and recovery to […]
Having recently launched a new decade, I decided to punch a hole on my bucket list and take a TWO week vacation. Not since I was a child have I taken more than a week, including my wedding and honeymoon. Back in the day, my family enjoyed TWO weeks at (then undiscovered) Hilton Head Island […]
Go ahead and do it!
More and more employers are being caught off guard as employees are leaving after a long, hard Season of Discontent.