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Tag Archives: James Joyce
Aristotle, mentoring and the friends we choose
A few weekends ago, I was searching for something to read and found a slim volume by Peter Taylor that had been gathering dust on my shelf. Taylor was the gifted short-story writer and novelist who won a Pulitzer Prize … Continue reading
Posted in Careers, Leadership Tagged Aristotle, Brenton Weyi, coaching, James Joyce, Jim Rohn, mentoring, Peter Taylor, reinventing yourself 7 Comments
Psst! Does your organization have a gossip problem?
Dave Ramsey’s most recent EntreLeadership Advisor newsletter is entitled “Silence is Golden” and is on the debilitating effect that gossip can have on a workplace. If you’ve heard Ramsey’s rants on the radio or attended one of his seminars, you … Continue reading
Posted in Management Tagged communication, Dave Ramsey, Dubliners, gossip, James Joyce, rumors, transparency, trust 2 Comments