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Employees, Children and Dogs PDF  | Print |  E-mail

dog_and_familyThis may be a unique concept or just my weird way of looking at it. Probably, the latter.

I profess that I learned this lesson two ways and applied it well as a manager.

Discipline is derived directly from the Latin, disciplīna meaning instruction given, teaching, learning, knowledge or from discipulus, meaning pupil. The English word is too commonly used to describe punishment. Pity they miss the point.

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Why Be Stubborn? PDF  | Print |  E-mail

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I saw this roadsign twice in one weekend. So, I thought I would take the hint. At 60 MPH, I couldn't read the fine print. I wasn't quite sure who the ad was for. Nevertheless, I got the message.

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Creating A Collaborative Enterprise PDF  | Print |  E-mail

The author - Robert NitschkeThe book - Creating a Collaborative Enterprise

Robert Nitschke is Business Collaboration and Operations Expert. He is the author of this valuable book. Bob is also a friend and mentor. Bob brings 30 years of experience at various executive levels in a wide variety of industries. Creating A Collaborative Enterprise is a bit contrary and will shake your understanding of collaboration and expand it.

Do you want to learn how to be a more effective manager or leader?

Do you want to learn how to increase the effectiveness of your company?

—without spending an enormous amount of time and dollars?

Have you ever wondered how “Collaboration” would really save your career and your company’s profits?

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Why Do People Drive Trucks? PDF  | Print |  E-mail

AF Van2Do You Like To Drive?

I like to drive. I'll jump in the car and go for a day trip. A few years ago, I took a one week RV trip covering almost 2000 miles. It was fun.

Why do people drive professionally? 

I have been observing drivers at work for over 35 years, here are my hypotheses:

  1. They would rather be alone in their trucks, than depend on others.
  2. They don’t want the office politics or a meaningless relationship with a co-worker.
  3. They like the daily adventure of driving. Every day is different. Every mile is different.
  4. They want control of their day to do want they want, when they want to.
  5. They just want to do their driving job well.

What do you think?

 
Do You Like Your Delivery Driver? PDF  | Print |  E-mail

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Your Deliver Driver is Important to You

If you don’t like your delivery driver, you might think the company stinks. If you love your delivery driver, then you love the company they work for. It doesn’t much matter what color the truck is, or how big the company is.

The delivery driver is the extremity of the corporate body. They are the face, the eyes and ears of the company. If your experience with the delivery driver is not good, it does not reflect well on the company.

Is Your Deliver Driver An Ambassador?

The driver may deliver the goods but do they deliver the brand promise? Are the drivers brand ambassadors? Do they deliver a great impression of the company?

The delivery driver may be the only contact you have with the company. I think the delivery driver should be a customer service agents on wheels.

What has been your experience with delivery drivers?

 
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