Monthly Archives: February 2011

Permission to Disagree

Leaders and managers, simply because of their position in an organization, can exert significant influence over discussions and decisions.  When there’s a debate (or just an open discussion) about some important decision, chiming in with an opinion as “the boss” … Continue reading

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The “Most Vesicle” Executive at Noetix?

My Friend, The Dictionary In my last post, I talked about performance reviews and promised to tell a true story about a performance review I received several years ago. I had the same job that I have now, and the … Continue reading

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Performance Reviews: Are They Worthwhile?

Reviewing the Situation We’re getting ready to do performance reviews here in our office.  We do them annually and (at least in my department) we invest a lot of effort in completing them.  Throughout my career, I’ve heard (and even … Continue reading

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