The Cost of Drama

“Failing because they provoke others to resist them.”  ~Arbinger  Inefficiencies of human resources are the greatest hurdle to success. Or could we, more accurately, say human behavioral competencies are the greatest hurdle. And, to be clear, it’s not technical competency, it’s interpersonal competency. It’s Emotional Intelligence, commonly called, EQ. Everyone can add and subtract, or 

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Leadership Lessons from an Old Cowboy

Influence & Impact “Engage, and Be Engaged” Morning chores began at 5:30 and ‘supper’ was never eaten until the workday was finished, usually sometime after 9:00 p.m. As a scrawny kid on a little farm in Idaho I was very familiar with large animals and large appetites, for both the critters and myself. My siblings 

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