Leadership Training Blog

leadership, communication, online

November 14th, 2018

Don’t Leave Empathy Behind Online–And That’s Harder Than You Might Think

By: Marie Bryson

When I think back to how naïve I was when I first encountered a portal that would let me communicate […]

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leadership, gordon training

October 22nd, 2018

Sears and Google: A Tale of Two Leadership Philosophies

By: Marie Bryson

The last dozen or so times I walked through a Sears store, I was taking a shortcut from the least-crowded […]

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September 10th, 2018

Skip to the End: Binging, Storytelling, Impatience, and the Surprising Benefit of Basic Listening Skills

By: Marie Bryson

A friend and I have been obsessed this summer with Castle Rock, a Hulu miniseries unfolding in real time, slowly, […]

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leadership, problems

August 15th, 2018

Does Your Company Have a Solution$ Graveyard? You Might Need Better Problem-Solving Skills

By: Marie Bryson

Talk to just about anybody who’s ever worked in a company larger than a couple dozen people and you’re nearly […]

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leadership, leader

July 23rd, 2018

An Introduction to Leader Effectiveness Training, a Program for Everyone

By: Dr. Thomas Gordon

The L.E.T. Workshop is based upon the assumption that organizations need a new kind of leadership that puts human values […]

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People Lean Management

June 11th, 2018

Are People Getting Lost in the Process of Lean Management?

By: Marie Bryson

“Many manufacturers rely on long-tenured managers who gained their supervisory skills through years of ‘on the job’ experience.  As this generation […]

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dr thomas gordon leadership

May 9th, 2018

Leadership Quotes to Inspire and Educate from Dr. Thomas Gordon

By: Dr. Thomas Gordon

(excerpted from his L.E.T. book) Quotes are grouped by category to make it easier to find what you’re looking for.  […]

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feelings and anger iceberg

April 17th, 2018

Let’s Talk About Our Feelings. (Did Anybody Just Flinch?)

By: Marie Bryson

People are conditioned almost from infancy to think of feelings as bad and dangerous—enemies of good human relationships. People grow […]

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mr rogers listening respect

February 27th, 2018

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? The Leadership Secrets of Mister Rogers

By: Marie Bryson

For people of a certain age in America (and that age, for many of us, is rapidly approaching “Everything I […]

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online leadership training

January 18th, 2018

The Classroom versus the Computer: Or, Can You Learn Communication Skills behind a Screen?

By: Marie Bryson

Over the holidays, a friend sent me one of the saddest news articles I’ve read in quite a long time. […]

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