Ted’s Favorite Twitter Tools

I’m frequently asked what tools I use to make Twitter more manageable. There are no secrets here, but I realize I haven’t written about them all in one place, so… here you are. The following are the things that I use pretty much daily. If they work for you, awesome! If not? That’s cool too. […] Read moreRead More»

I Lost My Heart at Work

Somewhere in countless, windowless meeting rooms, we lost our hearts at work. Hearts have gone missing. Trampled upon mistaken for roaches. Many seen fleeing office buildings away from the abundant fluorescent lighting. Hearts have grown weak from a lack of use; told they aren’t needed and to make room for the brains, hands, and feet. […] Read moreRead More»

Beavers, Rats, and One Enormous Caveat

What if my people truly are sneaky rats rather than self-motivated beavers? Since posting Your Leadership Worldview, I’ve received quite a number of questions like this. Part two of the series, my Beavers and Rats post, elicited a whole bunch more. These posts are about the attitude of leadership to its workers, and what that […] Read moreRead More»

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