INTERMISSION BLOG

Stories from the Road: One Mom’s Journey to Working in New York

My initial thinking was – and I think this is true for a lot of women – “I can’t do this. I haven’t cashed a check in 11 years.” But with my friend’s...

Stories From The Road: Park Avenue, New York

People see what they like to see and it’s the magician’s job to make them look in the right place at the right time. It’s all about how you frame the...

Stories from the Road: Ontario.

In 2nd grade something happened that I’ll never forget. I actually had a teacher say to me: “Kenny put your hand down. I want somebody else to answer...

Stories from the Road. From Jamaica to Brooklyn to Miami.

In order to connect with the hearts and minds of others, a leader must be willing to share their core values. The who-I-am story showcases these...

Stories from the Road. From Washington to New York.

He was a great speaker. He used his voice and body. He made eye contact. He talked about his life. Basically here is a guy with a military background...

Stories From the Road: From The Field of Battle

As leaders, it's our responsibility to identify and leverage the inherent strengths of our people. We then need to take action by matching operating...

Stories from the Road: Back to Hartford

How can I ask my team to stretch and try new things if I’m not willing to do it? I have to lead by example. A few months ago I introduced you to Todd...

Stories from the Road: Hartford

How can I ask my team to stretch and try new things if I’m not willing to do it? I have to lead by example. I’ve been collecting examples of Business...

Stories from the Road: Dallas

Company values can be just a plaque on the wall. Ten sets of words, like the Ten Commandments, that sit there and no one really knows much about...

Welcome to Stories from the Road

That is the power of stories. Their messages give us hope. Stories carry wisdom from one generation to the next; life lessons to get us through...

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