In a tough economy, the people who report to you seek stability, clear thinking and goals for the future. Make sure you provide as much of that as possible! To a great extent, those under your leadership will feel as secure as they sense you are. So, providing that sense of security is a high-leverage […]
Someone very smart once told me that the real work of business leadership is the conversations you have with other people to get them to do what’s needed. And one of the most common complaints I hear from executives is that they’re having difficulty getting people to do what they want them to do. My […]
Call me nostalgic, but I long for the days before the computer. Don’t get me wrong. I marvel at the existence of it and what it can do. I am amazed that the computer sitting on my lap can do more than one that used to be the size of my condo. It’s not that […]
On February 19, 2009, I was the guest of Kurt Kunsch, managing director of the Trust Department at Phoenixville Federal Bank and Trust for a 30-minute conference call covering how to eliminate worry and stress from the current economic climate. Click this button to hear that conference call: On Thursday evening, March 26, I will […]
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I’ve been interviewed recently on Money Matters TV in a series of shows that deal with money, pscyhology, and the economy. The result will be a DVD compilation of the interviews. In this clip, Jim DiDio (CEO of Radnor Trust Company) and David Ebner (VP, Merrill Lynch) are asking about the impact of repeat exposure […]