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December, 2014


The First 10 Minutes of Your Day

Today’s Tuesday Reading, “How to Spend the First 10 Minutes of Your Day” <>, appeared in the HBR blog and is from the pen of Ron Friedman, founder of ignite80, a consulting firm that helps leaders build thriving organizations.   Friedman notes that if you were given the privilege of working in the kitchen of legendary […]

Personal Priorities

Today’s Tuesday Reading is a reflection written for his cohort by Patrick Widham, IT Support Manager at Montana State University and recent IT Leaders Program alum.   When we started the first session, I mentioned that I was like a sponge and wanted to soak in all of the information I could.  Looking back on […]

4 Ways to Retrain Your Brain to Handle Information Overload

Today’s Tuesday Reading, “Why We Humblebrag About Being Busy,” comes from the pen of Greg McKeown and recently appeared in the HBR blogs.  McKeown is author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less and is a business writer, consultant, and researcher specializing in leadership, strategy design, collective intelligence and human systems. McKeown begins his essay “We have […]