Constructive vs Destructive Criticism

We must start with the basic definitions of constructive and destructive criticism. Constructive criticism is the process of offering valid and well-reasoned opinions about the work of others, usually involving both positive and negative comments, in a friendly manner rather than an oppositional one. The purpose of ‘constructive criticism is to improve the outcome. Destructive

Leadership For All

Over the many years of me teaching how to manage, volunteering and working for non-profits or just working part-time for the holidays, I have most certainly believe that leadership is not only positional. How many times have you worked in an organization that is struggling? Ever just sit back and watch how things are done?

Thursday’s Thought

This past week has been filled with ups and downs. I have spent plenty of time discussion the election and the presidential candidates with lots of people. Some of the discussions have been outstanding. Lots of other ones, well, like me put it as nice as I can… not so good. As I look back

Change is Tough

Update at the end! This morning I was thinking that I need to do something different. I haven’t written anything about leadership in awhile. Not because I didn’t want too. I was in a rut. I have been watching too much about our Presidential candidates and feeling like there is a lack of true leadership

Stand or Not

Wow… By now just about everyone has heard about Kaepernick’s stance on not standing for the national anthem. You can read more of Kaepernick’s controversial comments here. For those that have missed it, he has been doing this on every pre-season game this season. Took the world to notice on the 3rd game. And he