Guest Writer: Rich Sheridan

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    This Friday, I have the privilege to be hosting Rich Sheridan for our monthly CEO/Leaders Connect event at Zingerman’s Roadhouse. I have had the pleasure of knowing Rich since he began his company, Menlo Innovations, over 10 years … Read More

A Tale of Two Corporate Cultures

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  This week, two Michigan based companies have been receiving headlines for the same issue: adherence to core values. For one, General Motors, the news has been bad. For the other, Zingerman’s, the news has been exceptionally positive. In the … Read More

How to Start Meditating

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For a variety of reasons, I often suggest to my clients that they learn to meditate and develop a practice of mindfulness. I have found that through meditation, one learns to focus attention, control negative thoughts, and achieve peacefulness. Often, … Read More

Great Leaders are Great Coaches

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  From my experience, as an organizational psychologist, I have learned and emphasize the following: To manage is to coach. To coach is to lead. Great leaders are first and foremost great coaches. This view point of leadership is well … Read More

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