May 16, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
As I mentor people, I have found that most people struggle with money. I don’t mean a lack of it or managing it. I mean the very root of it. I think that struggle comes from fear and not really understanding what money is. I have to admit, I used to be one of those…
May 9, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
There are many obvious “known” things about a person. These could include physical characteristics like gender, hair color, or height. They also include behavioral descriptors like stubborn, happy, or enthusiastic. These things are known to both the person themselves and the people who interact with them. There are also “unknown knowns”. These are things that…
May 2, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
I had the privilege of attending the Brown County Human Services’ volunteer dinner last week (fully funded by the Packers). My wife has gotten our family involved by positively impacting two families who are in the PALS program. PALS is similar to Big Brothers Big Sisters but is a part of Brown County Human Services….
April 25, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
Brander-in-Chief philosophy is the idea that the top official in an organization must be aware of and approve the communication direction for a company. They don’t need to be in the weeds, but high above—directing how his or her vision will come to life.
April 23, 2018 by Lauren Hitt
Hello Servant Leaders! We’d like to invite you to join us on Thursday, May 17th at 3 p.m. for our FREE Servant Leaders of Wisconsin (S.L.O.W.) event. You’ll see Alexia Wood, Executive Director of St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter and The Micah Center discuss, “The Significance of the Insignificant”.
April 18, 2018 by Sam Scott
It just seems appropriate that I write about the largest winter storm I have ever experienced in my life. Brown County, WI experienced the second largest two-day blizzard in its history, dumping 23 inches. The worst two-day storm occurred in 1888 and dropped 29 inches.
April 11, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
When it was the very one worn by Abraham Lincoln on the day he was assassinated.
April 4, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
Have you ever had an experience where you felt so pumped up and motivated but then days later, that passion and excitement was gone? Maybe you saw an infomercial or read a book that got you going with weight loss goals or getting your house organized. You probably told yourself, “This is the time I’m…
March 28, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
Employee engagement has become the buzzword for establishing better employee morale and a self-initiating workforce. There are literally thousands of articles on the subject. Many have suggested benefits like the list below:
March 21, 2018 by Joe Kiedinger
After working with hundreds of managers across various industries, I have found a void in leadership and that is the one-on-one meeting between manager and their direct reports, or rather the lack of them.