• Leading with Strengths

    Donald Clifton spent 40 years studying the strengths of great leaders. He became the father of the worldwide strengths movement…

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  • You is kind. You is smart. You is important.

    “‘You is kind, you is smart, you is important.’  You know, like in that movie, what’s it called?  The Help,…

    by Rob Benson
  • Don’t Multitask, Multipurpose!

    Much has been written about the “fallacy” of multitasking. As much as we may believe we are accomplishing more by…

    by Rob Benson
  • The Gift of Your Time

    A few years ago, my family experienced the loss of my father and mother on the same day. My father…

    by Rob Benson
  • DiSC & Conflict Resolution – How It Really Works

    Several years ago, I was preparing for a week of Safety Leadership training with clients in the energy sector. I…

    by Rob Benson
  • When a Train-the-Trainer (T3) Makes Sense

    Historically, we’ve been engaged in customizing and delivering leadership, safety leadership, and safety engagement training, and we’ve done a lot of…

    by Rob Benson
  • Giving Thanks for Small Annoyances

    As we creep closer to Thanksgiving, a time for us to set aside differences and give thanks for our great…

    by Rob Benson
  • Developing into a Great Leader

    Have you ever heard someone describe another person as “a born leader”? There are probably some people that are born…

    by Rob Benson
  • What Are You Living For?

    It’s a big yet simple question, I know. I endlessly ponder this in my life and it can be quite…

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  • The People Side of the Scale

    Perhaps your company has been experiencing a lot of change – moving offices, changing schedules and shift structures, new crews…

    by Rob Benson