6 steps to turn your talents into strengths

Posted on September 7th, by David Shindler in education/training. No Comments

I don’t do social media. Have you ever heard that comment from anyone? Translated it might mean I don’t get it, I’m not interested, I don’t like it or I’m scared of it. It’s a choice. If that’s you, this post will help you embrace change with less fear and more optimism. We all have … Read More »


Leading in a life of Purpose, Not Preference

Posted on September 7th, by Stan Skipworth in education/training. No Comments

Earlier today, my family—like millions of other families—began the new school year.  In our case, we had a fresh batch of eager kids ready to get to their campuses (I’ll come back to that in a moment; I know it might seem a bit peculiar to some readers).  With a high school sophomore who went in one … Read More »


Politics, Religion and Pizza

Posted on September 7th, by Scott Lesnick in About the Public Sector, Public Sector News. No Comments

Today’s insight focuses on an important part of our fabric. It’s calling again and again and while we’re able to ignore it for a while; its power can overtake us in a moment of weakness.

Sure, I’m talking pizza-hot or cold! But what’s my pizza got to do with this political and religious stuff you lead … Read More »


Do We Really Want All Politics to Be “Local”?

Posted on September 7th, by Corey Hurwitz in About the Public Sector, Public Sector News. No Comments

The late Tip O’Neil, Speaker of the House, is credited with declaring that “All politics is local”.  This may be a quaint notion designed to remind policy makers that addressing needs of individuals, families and their communities should be a guiding principal at all levels of government.  But, given its discourse, we must ask ourselves … Read More »