The Elements of Leadership

BRYCE ON MANAGEMENT – Is it as easy as one, two, three? (Click for AUDIO VERSION)To use this segment in a Radio broadcast or Podcast, send TIM a request. I have always contended leadership is an essential trait to become an effective manager. Whenever I mention this, many people disagree and claim it has nothing […]

When a Trust is Broken

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BRYCE ON SOCIETY – What should you do? Forgive or reciprocate? (Click for AUDIO VERSION) To use this segment in a Radio broadcast or Podcast, send TIM a request. There is perhaps nothing more demoralizing to the human spirit than discovering a broken trust. What makes this particularly painful is when a person believes another […]

2013 Year End Wrap-Up

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My most popular columns this year. BRYCE ON 2013 As you know, I write on a variety of subjects, such as management, systems, technology, social issues, politics, and observations of our changing world. Sometimes my work is instructional and informative, other times it is controversial or humorous. I certainly hope it isn’t boring. By the […]

Personal Peccadilloes

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BRYCE ON FAMILY & TRAVEL – Why we behave the way we do under close quarters. (Click for AUDIO VERSION) To use this segment in a Radio broadcast or Podcast, send TIM a request. Holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas typically bring members of the family together, as does family vacations and anniversaries. Inevitably, family […]

Print On-Demand (POD) – Very Cool

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BRYCE ON TECHNOLOGY – Finally, a “do it yourself” approach for book publishing. (Click for AUDIO VERSION) To use this segment in a Radio broadcast or Podcast, send TIM a request. I know eBooks have made substantial gains in terms of popularity, but having a hard copy can still be very beneficial. There are many […]

American History 101

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BRYCE ON HISTORY – “We are raising a generation that is historically illiterate” While visiting with some high school teacher friends, I asked how American History was being taught today. I always had a fondness for history, even if the teacher was boring. I particularly enjoyed learning about the American Civil War, and the events […]