This week I have the privilege to introduce our guest, Dr. Joseph Haddock of the Thomas Chittenden Health Center (TCHC), a family health care clinic in Williston, VT. TCHC has been in existence since 1969. Dr. Haddock grew up in rural western Illinois and is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He attended Northwestern University […]
This week I have the privilege to introduce our guest, Patrick (Pat) Perry. Pat is Chairman at ERC (www.YourERC.com), a Northeast Ohio based company which delivers HR resources, training, consulting, and coaching services. Pat is also the author of Re-shape, Re-define, Re-imagine (www.PatPerryBook.com) which was published in 2016 and is now in its third print. In his book, […]
Melissa Robinson, Regional Director for Florida at Armada Risk Partners and Sean Williams, Architect and Designer represent Generation X in our series “Meet the Generations.” The depth of their seriousness, focus, and dedication to success comes across in this discussion. They describe good leaders as those who treat people equally and are so comfortable with […]
Jay and Doris started their business 40+ years ago. They attribute much of their long-term success to the relationship they have with employees. After working for a Fortune 500 company for several years, Jay wanted to create a culture which was different from the feel of a larger company. Specifically, he felt strongly that his […]
JP LaCasse, Chief Operating Officer for Bay Area Legal Services, Inc. shares his 40+ years of experience as a leader. JP spent 35 years of his career in private industry and is now enjoying a career in a not-for-profit business. He offers his point of view on why there isn’t any difference between leading in […]
Amber Pisoni and Joe Arner are considered a part of Generation “X.” They share their perspective on what leaders do to motivate and demotivate them as professionals. An important part of their motivation is to be trusted by their leader, and to know who they are, and what they represent. Leaders who offer a clear […]
John Trombitas, Jr., CW04 ret, U.S. Coast Guard and Gary Lewis, CW04 Ret, U.S. Coast Guard, share their insight and experience on mentoring as a leader. John and Gary believe that those who are successful leaders are people who know their own job inside and out, are prepared to support their people no matter what, […]
Jim and Kathy share their valuable insight on a unique approach to leadership development. It begins with understanding your intention and P.O.V (Point of View). They are both experienced leaders and passionate educators. Their unique approach to developing leadership skills is intriguing.
Developing trust with employees is key to the success of a leader. Open communication is important to developing trust among people. Jury’s hate the word “insubordination.” Bosses have bosses too. Perception, reality, and intention are important considerations.