Switch and Shift: Leadership is One Big Sandbox

switchWe recently contributed another article to our friends at Switch and Shift, a business blog focused on “the human side of business.” Our latest piece is called, “Leadership is One Big Sandbox,” and is all about the little demonstrations of respect that we as leaders need to show our coworkers every day, and how even the smallest displays of respect add up over time to create a much larger culture of respect throughout the workplace.

You can read the complete piece here — and as always, we remind you to take a look at some of the other articles at Switch and Shift, as well. There’s a wealth of great info from terrific leaders and businesspeople, and we’re honored to be included among them. You can also follow (and share) the hashtag #HumanBiz to join the conversation on Twitter.

Thanks, as always, to Shawn Murphy, Ted Coiné, and the team at Switch and Shift for the opportunity to share our thoughts with their readers.

Have a great day.

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One response to “Switch and Shift: Leadership is One Big Sandbox”

  1. Bob Ramsay says:

    Its always been very pu2elling to me how companies cannot seem to identify the loss in productive time by employees over poor front level management. Its mind bogelling to see how this lack of respect for employees turns into huge losses in profits. Our good front Level mangers are always in the trenches taking care of the things that matter to the employees. I call them the Mother Teressa’s of business.

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