Monthly Archives: February 2014

Dance like no one is watching and lead without the title

Those two do not seem related …. dancing and leading.  Although I beg to differ.  When you dance like no one is watching you are in the moment and you have the courage to get out there, forget how you … Continue reading

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Can you improve your learning? What brain research tells us …

I came across this fantastic 3 min. video by Nigel Paine through the Massie Learning Talks from 2013, that I thought was excellent!  Here is the link to the video and summary of Nigel’s points. Brain research tips for  effective … Continue reading

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Hashtag Overuse #LOL #Funny #NotGuiltyOfThat

Hashtags in the digital world allow you to connect conversations together.  They are great for searching and categorizing content.  However, when you share social content you need to limit your Hashtags so that the whole conversation is not just many … Continue reading

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Cutting through Organizational Silos. Applying Social Business to how you work, connect, collaborate and lead within the enterprise!

These days “social business” is an expected skill that is part of your job, but what does that really mean? Let’s focus on one aspect: Does it mean to create yet another private community and invite some chosen colleagues to … Continue reading

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