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Colin Kaepernick And The National Anthem

August 27, 2016 26 Comments
Colin Kaepernick And The National Anthem

During a preseason football game on Friday, August 26, 2016, Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, refused to stand with the rest of his team during the playing of the national anthem. You can read for yourself his explanation for his behavior, as well as the official responses of both the 49ers and […]

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Why Do Companies Keep Salaries Secret?

February 20, 2016 9 Comments
Why Do Companies Keep Salaries Secret?

David Burkus opened TEDxUniversityofNevada 2016 with this exceptional talk based on his new book entitled “Under New Management.” I’ve not read the book yet – still waiting for David to send me my courtesy copy – but if it’s anything like his first book I expect it will be well-written and enjoyable. How much do […]

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How We Enhance Our Organizational Citizenship

March 17, 2013 2 Comments
How We Enhance Our Organizational Citizenship

When we perform above and beyond expectations by helping others at work, our efforts aggregate over time, which benefits our organization’s effectiveness and often helps us receive more favorable performance evaluations. Our attitudes, how we are lead, and to a much lesser degree our personality affect our willingness to be good citizens at work. Fortunately, […]

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Progress Principle Presentation For Leadership Douglas County

November 15, 2011 0 Comments
Progress Principle Presentation For Leadership Douglas County

Progress Principle View more presentations from Bret Simmons I’m speaking today about The Progress Principle to the great folks at Leadership Douglas County, a program run by the Douglas County Chamber of Commerce. It’s beautiful county on the drive to the Genoa Lakes Golf Club. This is the second time I’ve spoken about The Progress […]

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