Category: Interviews

Who Do Leaders Turn to When…

I have yet to meet a leader who knows all the answers and responses needed to every challenge that comes her way.  That observation does not speak to the varying and fluctuating levels of confidence leaders have in their positions of responsibility, but it does indicate the existence of a Leader Resource System that is […] more

Use an Icebreaker To Start an Interview

Want to rattle someone who is set to interview you? Or throw them off base and take over? Initiate an ice breaker activity with them. It’s not something they will expect but it will get the interview off to a fun, perhaps quirky, start. And the conversation will flow easily. I did this recently. Cynthia […] more

A Game Inventor’s Mind

I have some of it.  Do you?  Even though I have it, I don’t know how to describe what it is.  My mind invents things.  For me, the inventions are games and ice breakers.  As my tagline on this website says, I am passionate about “using games and levity to connect people.”  It comes rather […] more

Timing is Everything for Team Building

As part of my ongoing series of interviews with authors, inventors, executives, and other worthy people, I had the pleasure of getting to know Jane Lovas, a business advisor who has also authored a book, Seen and Sustained: Best Practices in Communication that Increase the Visibility of Small and Diverse Businesses. One of Jane’s many […] more