When is it time to leave?

I’ve been seeing too many articles lately about heads of organizations that have been forced out (think American Apparel CEO, Clippers owner). I’ve also been reading about politicians who are still running for Congress and have been in office longer than some Statesmen readers have been alive: Think Charles Rangel of New York, in office… Read more When is it time to leave?

Forming Your Pack

“My Name is Name.” Our guide for a Botswana safari trip has a long name (Nametsegang), which is a tad unpronounceable for most clients, so he shortened it to a catchy one that English speakers can remember.  Right from the get go, you smile and are right with him. And that’s part of what he’s… Read more Forming Your Pack

The Myth of Multitasking

Think you’re good at doing several things at once? Reading and listening to music? Driving and talking on the phone (hands free, of course), or texting while sitting in a meeting? Think again. Much recent neuroscience research tells us that the brain doesn’t really do tasks simultaneously, as we thought (hoped) it might. In fact, we just… Read more The Myth of Multitasking