“Thinkers need doers to get things done, and idealists need number crunchers to tether them to reality”

Brenda Synder,  the senior director of research at Forbes Insight, articulated a  thesis could not be more true. Whether you are involved in a large scale corporation, a small staff/volunteer driven non profit, or in a government/association bureaucracy, the five personalities that Ms Snyder lays out embodies what’s needed for success.  The article explores the…

Impressions

Cities have distinctive, complex personalities. When I lived in DC metro area, the different facets of its personality were sharply defined by metro routes and rivers. You could feel the vibe of the neighborhood you traveled from red, to yellow, and green line. New York is punctuated by sirens, high rises, and the boroughs. You…

Who wants Awesome?

Who wants Awesome?

I love how excited our staff gets about being a team. Check out my boss modeling the ties we have for the men this year at conference. Wearing a piece of the uniform, even if uniforms aren’t quite their things,is just another one of the pieces that shows everyone is banding together to put out a unified front and make this conference amazing.

What Drives the Future?

Check out one of our speakers in Philly this year. Watts is asking what drives the future? Our children…and the growing consensus is that we have to innovate the way we’re learning, teaching, and leading. Relating to our community and building the culture of our lives; we must personalize the experience and be lifetime learners.…