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“Thanksgiving” – Das Geheimnis erfolgreicher Kooperationen

An jedem 4. Donnerstag im November wird in den USA „Thanksgiving“ (Danksagung) gefeiert. In den USA ist „Thanksgiving“ ein staatlicher Feiertag, der mit dem deutschen Erntedankfest verwandt, aber nicht identisch ist. Einer – von verschiedenen – Überlieferungen zufolge war das erste „Thanksgiving“ eine Dankesfeier der

no NO, BUT but YES, AND!

getAbstract recommends the time-tested, commonsense system presented by Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton in their book "Yes, And" (2015)  to executives, managers, HR officers and anyone who works with other people. The getabstract-rating: 9 (#Applicability: 9 #Innovation: 9 #Style:8) My personal take-aways from the getabstract summary*: Mastering these 7 elements

How to become a top

How to grow your career:  There is more than one "top", which you can pursue to become. Maybe you will never become the top leader in your organization, but you might become the top technician, or the top moderator in your business. There is more than one way

Kairos is crucial

Do you enjoy these water lilies? How about these? Two pictures of the same plants photographed on the same day. In the second picture it requires a lot of imagination and knowledge about water lilies to “see” the potential in the sleeping water lilies. Once they are awake,

Who will tell you if you run around naked?

Who of your staff will tell you if you run around naked? The getabstract summary * of the book 360 Feedback from Edwards and Ewen (1996) starts off with  the story of the naked king who – having been tricked by a traveling tailor – thinks he wears a beautiful

Leaders don’t grow if they don’t go

In their book "Great Leaders grow" (2012), Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller, explain why leaders must keep growing. To become a leader you must be willing to GROW: G: “Gain knowledge” about yourself at first and then about your industry, your colleagues and your business. R: