leaders Archive

Smiling Science: How to Grin and Wear It

Darryl Davis salutes your resilience as a real estate professional, being able to make it through the lean years and come out on the other side. He also recognizes that when one problem in real estate is solved–such as...

A Script for Ushering Change

When change comes to town, it seems to divide people into two camps: victims and villains. Those who precipitated the change are often the bad guys of the situation. And everyone else seems to be warily looking for their...
March 1, 2013

On Reading as Snacking: The Nutritional Value of Your Bookshelf

Yeah, yeah; I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover. But we all do it to some extent; if we didn’t, publishers would save some money and all book covers would look the same. And...
November 16, 2012

We Need to Talk

We all know a sales manager or two like Brad Hutchinson, the main character in Brian Souza’s new book. Seems like they always have three things: amazing numbers, endless confidence, and no clue how to manage people. But how...
August 6, 2012

Author Chat: Michael Gurian on Leadership and the Sexes

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey If you haven’t already, be sure to check out our book review on Leadership and the Sexes. The Weekly Book Scan talked with the book’s author and gender expert Michael Gurian to gain more insights...
November 4, 2008