Monthly Archives: June 2010

20 Questions Determine a Brain’s Leadership Fate

eweber   June 28, 2010   1 Comment

Some say brains are born to lead. Others see leadership as a learned skill. I say that gene pools play a  part – yet what you do daily can rewire your brain for transformational leadership. What do you say? Your  brain’s equipped to leap toward new challenges or default to… Read more »

Revisit Mistakes to Boost Brainpower

eweber   June 24, 2010   8 Comments

Starbucks brewed winning coffees, and drew many of us together, to brew similar successful ventures. Then, after recession struck and customers lacked the $4.00 daily fix, they nearly crashed. That’s before Howard Schultz set out to reboot Starbuck’s success. To turnaround mistakes,  Starbucks spotted brainpower in five areas: Admit you… Read more »

Tenure or Talent?

eweber   June 15, 2010   7 Comments

A talented colleague walked into her staff room just as several tenured workers discussed a recent corporate proposal to consider top talent as equal to tenure in the organization. Over my dead body… – one hardliner snapped – and  others staunchly agreed that talents had no place in discussions –… Read more »

5 Keys into New World Order for Work

eweber   June 6, 2010   3 Comments

Imagine the windfall if today unlocked a brilliant segue into a global life-changing career shift. Look again – it’s almost here! Can you  see yourself  leading employment opportunities, in a new world order? One where jobs move from tired traditions, into dynamic workplaces with secret gardens and mind-bending adventures for… Read more »

Blame it on the Brain

eweber   June 1, 2010   8 Comments

Find yourself working against growth in your career?  Standing still while others ride new waves of innovation? If you face financial problems, relationship struggles, or workplace inertia – you can blame it on your brain. The brain’s proclivity to default to harmful ruts can cause you to work against triumph…. Read more »