Meghan M. Biro
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Enjoyed this post. Great work Doug.
Revealing your humanity is so essential in business today. Yes, a key strategy for leaders to retain their talent = Be a person. This says it all. Onward!
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1 year, 10 months ago on 12 Most Glaring Reasons Why Businesses Should Blog
Enjoyed this post! Mark. Wonderful post and timely thoughts.
Please do avoid Social Media Satan at all costs. #12 is a winner. This will not be considered "the norm" in the Workplace of the Future if I have anything to say about it.
1 year, 10 months ago on 12 Most Apparent Red Flags Every Working Stiff Ignores
Hi Nick! Thanks for "breaking the duck" - Another inspiring read. I'm happy to be supporting the "Innovation Mission"
Lists are the future....and Love is All Around. Capturing emotion is very key...
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1 year, 11 months ago on Christmas Came Early. Lists Lists Lists – Love is All Around!
@DaveTheHRCzar Appreciate your comment Dave. I will see YOU soon for IRL. We are destined to meet live at an upcoming SHRM event. Thanks for being you.
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1 year, 12 months ago on #TChat Preview: IRL Networking Is Face-to-Face, not F2F
@samfiorella Thank you Sam. I enjoyed meeting you "IRL" as well.
Meeting my online connections in person has really enriched my life. Appreciate your great words. Smiles.
Thanks Nick. This is so interesting. You share an extensive and valuable look into benefits for community building and ideation. Great read here. Onward.
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2 years ago on Listening to the Lurkers, The Silent Objectors. We struck Gold
Really Bruce? Smiles. Talk about "Old School" Culture.
Digital and Generational Nuances are fascinating to me. Appreciate your feedback! Everyone counts.
2 years ago on Digital Leaders Connect the Workplace Dots
Interesting read! Thanks for sharing Nick. Let's stay patient with these tools. I have yet to take one single influence tool seriously to date (unfortunately). This does not mean I'm not open to the possibility...
Metrics will only grow more complex and raise business stakes into the future. How we can learn and share strikes me as most important at this critical point in time for innovation. Improving one's ability to communicate is very key regarding influence. Believe it or not, IRL (in real life) is still a factor in weighing someone's "score" in my world. It's a collection of many culminating factors both on and offline. And Yes, People and Software appear to be drawn to metrics - iI's inescapable. Focus on the positive and learn -Agreed.
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2 years ago on Did Klout Break People Ranking or Is it just the People?
nickkelletPeterbornerlistlygifttrapsamparottoianknowlson I say you....Hi everyone! I'm loving this thread. This is truth, in the end - we are all people. Leaders that learn to carefully listen and take action will thrive. There is nothing to fear but standing still with your vision.
Culture is what drives from the inside first and from the outside looking in. Thanks for this invaluable reminder.
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2 years, 1 month ago on Park Your Fears! Go Experiment! I Dare You!
deleted_2698155_BruceSallan1 Hi Bruce. We appreciate you stopping by. Your wife? Well, we might want to hear from her directly then. Great question.
This is a giant topic right about now. Where are America's Jobs disappearing to? I hope you will join us this evening so we can chat fact from fiction ;-)
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2 years, 1 month ago on America's Dirty Jobs
Hi Nick. This is a fantastic post! So appreciate the ideas here. I'm not "one" but a blend so I see a 4th category as well. After speaking to you for a few hours you are a definitely a connector. Not clear you can be categorized just yet. We need more time. Let's ponder.
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2 years, 1 month ago on Are You a Natural Born Connector?
Happy New Year! This is a great post. I was just talking to a group of friends about the importance of fitness yesterday. Often, we think of just looks but "feeling good" truly is a total package deal where mind meets body. Once upon a time I was a performing artist (dance in different forms) - now I incorporate yoga, spinning and a "mix" of activities to avoid getting bored with a routine. Thanks for the reminder. We all need to hear this...
Cheers to health and wellness!
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2 years, 2 months ago on Thoughts 4 Friday – Fit Body Fit Mind
Hello Margie. What a great read! Life is Short. I appreciate getting to know your wit and warm engagement online this year. Although the last six months have found me to be a "busy bee" at times when I want to dive into more conversation, blogging, commenting...There are only enough hours in the day. You remind me of the importance of simply "staying connected" and remaining open and aware of behaviors along the way.
PS. You are definitely not on my Poopy People List. Wink. Happy Holidays! to you and yours. Look forward to more fun in 2012.
2 years, 2 months ago on Dear Trey and Bruce
WineEveryday Peace! Stop the madness ;-) I certainly hope that desk is cleared. I will be checking back in on you soon to ensure workplace harmony. Thanks for stopping by.
2 years, 2 months ago on 12 Most Compelling Reasons To Be At Peace During the Holidays
luissvlsanvicent Hello there! Better late than never? ;-) Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts with me.
PS: I love BE HUMBLE. It's so simple and so important. Be great.
2 years, 2 months ago on 12 Most Essential Leadership Traits
dkragen Hi Dave! Glad you enjoyed ;-) I like sharing real-life examples to illustrate how complex leaders (people) can really be.
mikemyatt Hello Mike! Thank you very much for taking the time to visit me here. I enjoy taking leadership out of theory and into reality for practical purposes. In my opinion, we have far too much vacuum mentality as it relates to driving workplace culture and large picture leadership advise. Interesting share! Multiple viewpoints are key. Otherwise, Chasms stay as they are, Chasms. Best to bridge awareness gaps.
sanchezjb My friend Joe - I'm honored you took the time for these thoughtful comments! As you can imagine, my travel schedule in the last few months lead to a break from our important conversation. I hope these themes prove timely as we blaze into a new year of business and idea collaboration.
Leaders are "developed" and "show" their personality colors in a variety shapes and sizes. You highlight critical components for overall success. Agreed, Let's not allow values to be forgotten. I would like to delve further into the idea of inspiration verses influence. Great thoughts! Again, appreciate your thoughtfulness.
pbehnia Surprise! I'm back from my travels and wanted to ensure to dig back into "the archives" before we get to 2012. Thanks for your patience. IQ and EQ are a match made in leadership heaven.
Hi John. I enjoyed your creativity here! Thanks for sharing with us. Social Media is everywhere ;-)
#1 is my favorite here....Cheers.
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