This week Major League Baseball held its annual Home Run Derby. We've seen the home run derbies before. We watch them every year. They are always the same - each slugger tries to hit more home runs than the other sluggers in the contest. At the same time, they are always different and last night there were four stories that made this year's home run derby different from all the rest. Pete Alonso, Shohei Ohtani, Trey Mancini, and Juan Soto made the contest different. It is always the individual story lines that make the mundane different.
The next episode of Charlie & Company Talk Business, Life and Everything In Between is here. Charlie Hauck, president and owner of Growth Dynamics, and Sarah Waple, general manager, spend some time with Chuck Swope and Nicky Lyddane of SwopeLees Commercial Real Estate.
The pursuit of understanding oneself is at the core of the human experience, and people today are no exception to the desire to self-actualize. Personality psychology is one of the fastest-growing fields of psychology today, and social psychologists have branched out from academia to become a permanent part of the corporate workforce worldwide.
I was looking for some inspiration to be able to sit down and write a new blog post. We haven't posted as many as we normally do as Growth Dynamics has been very, very busy. It's a great busy. A busy that we can feel building some momentum and we are excited to see where this momentum take us this year. Is the same happening for you?
What’s the best way to ensure that your organization is supported and engaged? The answer is simple: you just need to remember PEOPLE.
Change comes in many form- planned change, unexpected change, easy change and hard change. We all know those who roll with the punches and can work with change and those who are the most resistant to any type of change.