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Charlene Norman

Charlene Norman

6h ago · 5 min read · ~10 · 1
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Hey, Wanna Make An Impact This Year?

Hey, Wanna Make An Impact This Year?

I believe a fair statement, about much of the information trading as truth today, can be made that there is a bunch of motherhood masquerading as ‘feels’. And by that statement, I mean there is an awful lot of retreaded self-serving bull...

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

28/9/2018 · 2 min read · ~10 · 8
To Business and 7 more
Reverse Leadership

Reverse Leadership

A leader is the one who leads and therefore (s)he must be in the front. This is the familiar. Creativity is turning the familiar to unfamiliar. So, reverse leadership becomes leading from behind. This is unusual. Where is the creativity of this...

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Thank you dear Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA for your contribution. Most comments are in agreement with you though some commenters disputed the term reverse leadership. I completely agree with your comment.

7/1/2019
Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA

Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA

Because I'm late to the party in responding to this unique post, I'm not sure this was mentioned in responses. Leading from behind also allows leaders to come up with new ideas, new or better ways of managing. It can help them predict outcomes and change course - if necessary. Thanks again for taking the time to share your wealth of knowledge, Ali.

7/1/2019
Charlene Norman

Charlene Norman

12/12/2017 · 2 min read · ~10 · 4
Is this year YOUR best?

Is this year YOUR best?

Right now, many of us are sweating a lot of small stuff on the home stretch of 2017. But somewhere before the end of this very strange year, we should all take a few minutes to count our blessings.  Allow me to count mine. I am the...

Paul "Pablo" Croubalian

Paul "Pablo" Croubalian

Just a thought: This article has 14 comments, but much fewer votes for the "beBee's Best" eZIne.

If you take the trouble to comment, why not take one more little step and vote? Just click Share->Twitter->Tweet. Less than 3 seconds to do and the author will appreciate it. A share to Twitter is a vote. You can vote for as many articles as you want.

NOTE TO AUTHORS: Add in some sort of reminder call to action to your posts. Lisa Gallagher used "If this article resonates with you, please consider sharing it to Twitter using beBee's share function below. A Share to Twitter is a vote for the "beBee's Best" eZine. Thank you, I appreciate it." to excellent effect.

16/12/2017
CityVP 🐝 Manjit

CityVP 🐝 Manjit

I remember Anjula Evans at City Centre Toastmasters telling me her journey from her car accident that left her totally transformed, the transformation being that she had to learn everything including how to talk again. Before the injury Anjula had set her dreams to be a singer http://www.jango.com/music/Anjula+Evans and now a devastating accident that created massive head/brain trauma meant starting everything from scratch.

Just like you the struggle is rare and happens to the few rather than the many, but the underlying sense of blessing I do believe is a vital factor in the fortitude to return back to what all of us would consider to be "normal". That is why I can allow my ego to invest in the syrup of success but realize that counting blessings has a greater wisdom than counting on our ego and it accompanying frames of success. Counting blessings is not a success paradigm, it is a wisdom, only people like yourself and Anjula truly know from the school of adversity and incredible resilience what the value of that wisdom is and how it guided you both back to appreciate now what so many other just take for granted or worse cannot contemplate as a blessing.

We may have the power to kick adversity out of our life but it is not a given that we have the same dimensions of will. In this regard we will still continue to lose people to suicide and hear about people who battled for the blessing called life through cultivating their capacity for willpower, or at least meaningful resolve that impossible odds to some contain a germ of possibility. For sure much of this exists between our ears but it is also contained in the core of body.

14/12/2017
Charlene Norman

Charlene Norman

30/5/2017 · 2 min read · +200 · 8
Compassion over Money:  The Ripple Effect

Compassion over Money: The Ripple Effect

  Is there anyone who can claim brilliance in compassion? Probably not. Compassion is a soft skill. Learned from others. So too are many of the other management talents we take for granted. They are learned from the ripple effect. I once...

Charlene Norman

Charlene Norman

I so agree with you Todd Jones . I used to think I am sorry, so very sorry was hollow. It really isn't. Not when accompanied with a huge bear hug. Trust me. It means so very very much. The point is not about us. The point is to help the other person. And every small bit we give means something huge to them. I too would be gobsmacked at the 22-year-olds fate. And words would fail me. But I think I would invite the young man over for a drink or bbq or a game or something occasionally. No pressure, just because. And keep harassing him with occasional invites. Just because. Sometimes quiet companionship over a drink or a meal just because is the perfect antidote.

5/7/2017
Todd Jones

Todd Jones

I suppose it a telling sign of my age, Charlene, that I have been to seven wakes already this year, and only three parties. I hate these increasingly frequent reminders that life goes by in a blink.

A 22 year old colleague lost his grandfather, mother, father, and dog on separate occasions, all within the past three months. All I could muster at his fathers calling hours was "How much can one man take?" along with a hug. I cannot imagine sustaining such loss at such a young age. His work family has become his safety net.

With all the recent practice, one would think that I would be better at knowing what to say, but this is not the case. "I'm sorry for your loss," rings so hollow.

5/7/2017
Mark Cohen BCG Securities

Mark Cohen BCG Securities

3d ago · 1 min read · ~10
To Entrepreneurs and 2 more
3 Benefits of Transparency at Your Company - Mark Cohen Metlife

3 Benefits of Transparency at Your Company - Mark Cohen Metlife

People often say that sincerity is always advantageous; this statement is completely accurate. It doesn’t matter if an individual is part of a friendship, a work relationship, or anything else along those lines. They should always do anything and...

Tory Williams

Tory Williams

excellent points made!

9h ago
Edward Lewellen

Edward Lewellen

Great reminders, Mark Cohen BCG Securities!

1d ago

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