You know the clichés about children being the future; they will be running the world one day. The children of today will be making decisions for us that will affect […]
In 1965, Dr. William Glasser developed a counseling method called Reality Therapy. Beyond being an effective counseling technique, Reality Therapy is a problem-solving method. Not only does it work well […]
Strong, positive teamwork begins with a leader who has a vision and the ability to inspire a team into working toward accomplishing that vision. Instead of feeling threatened by the […]
The management style of the industrial age no longer suits the informational age. The bureaucratic, top down, authoritarian style is not effective with today’s workers. People are no longer motivated by rewards or fear of punishment as much as by being connected to the bigger purpose, having need-satisfying work, and exercising their independence and creativity.