Archive for April, 2010

Choosing a Consultant

Consultants are strategy and a strategy. This post reminded me it was time to integrate as Reveln social media, org. dev. consulting, & leader coaching integrate further via the next generation Reveln website launched May 2010. For example, this post is from my mini-blog Posterous site – the framework will be joined by a promised post on performance & participative organizations supporting strategic agility, my last regular Wordpress entry. My very current list of mini-blogs is at the end of this entry including Reveln Consulting with over 13,000 site views as of April-May, 2010. Posterous is a happening mini-blog service. I’m glad to demonstrate how beautifully it works on the upgraded Reveln website. Thanks Mat Piccinato & Ross Johnson for the website support!


Helpful Small Business Tools on DocStoc

via flickr.com In looking for a couple resources to help a small business owner, I came across my own membership information (free) in DocStoc.  After refreshing my memory on why I signed up, I realized that small business in general could be well served by reviewing resources on DocStoc.  A number of the free documents […]


3 Things To Know When Starting A Small Business, Lessons from Kitchen Nightmares

 Paring it down to the essentials makes a lot of sense for small business in start-up mode.  via flickr.com Gorilla-Force Blog provides insights into how to set-up simplicity (over simple) for featuring the best of what you do. Excerpted – March 31st, 2010 : If you have ever watched an episode of Kitchen Nightmares, then […]


Connecting with Others for Business Coaching

What happened when a business owner decided to attend a 90 day planning workshop with a local business coach offered to area business owners? He said that taking ½ day out from business to plan out his goals for the next quarter seemed a very helpful plan. Result: He gained much more than he had […]


Small Business can Help Each Other – How To Make A Tribe Page | Ken Pickard

Deb: There are some great ideas here on the power of tribe and networks.  Why not use the tribe to help each other? Excerpted: What is a Tribe page anyway? Good question and I’m glad you asked. The tribe page is one of my favorite pages as it’s the section where I can promote other […]


Three Tenets of Mastering the Unknown, Leadership through Ambiguity

If it is about sense-making in ambiguous business situations, I’m intrigued, especially as we live ever more in a VUCA world, one that is Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous. VUCA is a term coined by Bob Johansen, a Distinguished Fellow at the Institute for the Future, a think-tank with high-profile clients and staying power. Note: […]


10 Insights from Heather’s 7,280 Hours with Social Media

I’m sharing this excerpted post from one of my mini-blogs because it is one of the most popular posts.   Businesses of all sizes may be able to see today,  the merits of Heather’s insights. via flickr.com   Deb: I found this gem in the higher education twitter stream via @barbchamberlain – Helpful, and VERY […]