Archive for 'Risk management'
There is an expression, “lead, follow or get out of the way”. Unfortunately some leaders have a different version: “lead, confuse your followers and get in the way”. Instead of helping their team members along the road to success, these leaders become the biggest roadblocks to success. These are people who never quite comprehended the [...]
Posted: April 22nd, 2013 under Job Performance, Leadership, Personal Development, Professional development, Risk management.
Tags: get out of your way, human roadblock, lead follow or get out of the way, lead follow or move out of the way
People who say, ‘Let the chips fall where they may,’ usually figure they will not be hit by a chip. Bern Williams I confess I found this quote irresistible. It just struck my fancy. I loved the idea of potato chips raining from the sky. Of course the quote is more of a reference to [...]
Posted: October 29th, 2012 under Personal Development, Professional development, Risk management.
Tags: cause and effect, let the chips fall where they may, suffer the consequences, throw caution to the wind
Sometimes your behaviors support you and sometimes they do not. The key is to identify the supporting behaviors or opportunities so that you can use them more and to identify the behaviors that are damaging or the threats so that you can learn to prevent them. When you pay close attention to your behaviors you [...]
Posted: January 31st, 2012 under Leadership, Personal Development, Professional development, Risk management.
Tags: it risk management, leadership risk, margaret meloni, risk management consulting, risk management solutions, risk self-assessment, understand yourself, what is risk management