The 7 Categories of Coworkers

Over the years, I’ve come to depend on using three dimensions to evaluate employees; while many more sophisticated models have been devised by professional organizational behaviorists, I’m a fan of simplicity and the number 3 :-). I believe that understanding these three dimensions allows you to practically evaluate any employee and, more importantly, articulate their strengths…

10 Tips To A Happy Marriage: Men’s Advice to Men

Surrounded by some of my most trusted friends, I asked the following question: “if you could distill your top relationship lesson into a one-liner, what would it be?” A passionate, sincere, and admittedly sometimes humorous discussion ensued between a group of men whose ages ranged from twenties to sixties, some of whom had been married for decades,…

Starting My Next Chapter

2016 is going to be a big year for me; it’s going to conclude a fantastic chapter of my professional career that I started in 2003. More importantly, it’s going to open a brand new chapter that I hope will be the most exciting yet. As I pondered my career so far, I identified four distinct chapters before this upcoming fifth one. Here’s the outline of my current, five-chapter professional book.

First They Came…

“First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out,​ because I was not a Socialist.​ Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out,​ because I was not a Trade Unionist.​ Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out,​ because I was not a…