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Cameron Bishop

I was talking to a friend of mine the other day and the topic of delegation came up. He never delegates anything, which made him a little horrified to hear that I had just given an important organizational project to one of my staff. His opinion was that the task was “too big” for the person I gave it to—solely judging that on the person’s…


Dan Rose

Do you work with a know-it-all at the office? If so, does this scenario sound familiar to you? Ashley has been doing her current job for three years. She’s an experienced employee and rarely has to ask for help. Her boss has delegated additional projects to her and she’s proud to have completed them all successfully. She’s also filled in for the boss when he’s…


Dan Rose

Back in 2013, Virgin CEO, Richard Branson, famously said that working in an office would soon be a “thing of the past.” Today, as the Baby Boomer generation with the “60-hour work week” mentality and contempt for telecommuting employees leaves management and heads off into retirement, the rise of virtual employees will soon transform into virtual teams that must be managed and kept productive. Are…


Cameron Bishop

We’ve all been there. Life and work gets crazy and you start having to prioritize tasks. The problem is, most of us prioritize work and family over ourselves, so it gets easy to skip that Thursday workout at the gym (“I’ll make it up on Tuesday”). Or, you put off reading that new best-selling business book you downloaded a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately short-term…