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Restoring Success: Red Flags

You may be thinking of something bad or good. Maybe you are thinking about a situation that you saw “Red Flags” and the result was something bad? A red flag is, “a warning signal or sign; something that indicates or draws attention to a potential problem, danger, or irregularity” Is it good or bad? Red flags built […]

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Restoring Success: A Fresh Look at Online Training

Online training, e-learning, virtual classrooms, and other terms are becoming a new norm. In the landscape of education, there are limitless resources that are accessible to us and applicable to a variety of disciplines from technical to soft skills. Although there is a new light, none of this is new. As we operate and adjust […]

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Restoring Success: A Cultural Shift – Coronavirus

Read all of Lisa’s monthly articles here!  A quick internet search yielded millions of results on: Proper Handshake. Years of practicing and talking about how to give a proper handshake down the drain? I recall giggling with others when someone is a bad hand shaker…too limp…squeezed to hard…well for now, it’s one less thing for everyone to […]

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Restoring Success: It’s All a Matter of Culture

Can such a gray area like culture be the ultimate key to success?  You can find all of Lisa Lavender‘s articles here. Culture! I searched R&R’s website for the word “culture”, and it yielded over 200 results. There are lots of golden nuggets from industry experts that lie within. My first Restoring Success in January 2014, Core and Shared Values, spoke to understanding them, putting on […]

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Restoring Success: Lisa’s New Year’s Resolution

By: Lisa Lavender I know that I do it; I do it too much. I know it is counterproductive to many objectives and I know that it sets a poor example for others in leadership positions. I am resolved to stop giving tacit approval. What is tacit approval? It is giving “approval” by a lack of […]

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Restoring Success: Efficiency in our Movements

Imagine a fire truck pulling up to a home. It is clean, organized, and the firefighters move with confidence as they seem to each know exactly what their job is and where everything is located to get the job done. I asked my coworker who has been a firefighter for nearly 20 years about the […]

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