Posted: June 1st, 2013 under Communication, Personal Growth, Process, Project Management, Wellbeing, Women.
Tags: Assumptions, Beliefs, Family, Plans, Risk, Schedules, Wiefling
Posted: June 1st, 2013 under Communication, Personal Growth, Process, Project Management, Women.
Tags: Family, future, project, Scorecard, stakeholders, Success Criteria, Wiefling
Posted: May 17th, 2013 under Business, Career, Communication, Disasters, Events, Gobal, Japan, Leadership.
Tags: business casual, change, Disaster, Earthquake, flexible work hours, Japan, Radiation, transformation, Tsunami, Wiefling
Posted: May 17th, 2013 under Business, Career, Communication, Disasters, Events, Gobal, Impossible, Japan, Leadership, Organizational Culture, Risk Management.
Tags: Achieving Impossible Goals, Conserving Power, Earthquake, Japan, Nuclear Power Plant, Priorities, Trsunami
Posted: May 17th, 2013 under Career, Communication, Events, Japan, Leadership.
Tags: Earthquake, Japan, Radiation, Selflessness, Teammates, Tsunami, Wellbeing
(This article was originally published on www.svprojectmanagement.com)
This time of year in the US many people, including me and my family, celebrate Christmas. It’s the most important holiday for us, and it’s a time of year when people seem more tuned in to the connections among all human beings. It seems to me that people are a wee bit nicer to each other. We take time to be with our families, and we tell our friends how much they mean to us. As far as holidays go, it’s a very big deal. Because I’m traveling on business 2-3 weeks a month I’m typically arriving home in Silicon Valley, California, from Japan just in time to be jet lagged all through the holiday season. This year, however, my last week of work before Christmas was in Houston, Texas, so instead of being jet lagged I’m merely burnt out. Well, burnt to a crisp, actually – like a piece of bacon cooked in a greasy skillet on extra high heat for about an hour longer than normal. Toast! Read more »
Posted: May 17th, 2013 under Business, Career, Communication, Events, Personal Growth.
Tags: Burnout, Business Travel, Compassion, Exhaustion, holiday, Holidays, kimberly wiefling, Kindness, Nice, stress
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