Category Archives: Organizing

19 Challenging Thoughts about Leadership

19 challenging thoughts about leadership 2nd edition from TFLI

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MisterLNT.PH

I’d like to promote a friend’s website with advocacy to LNT – “Leave No Trace” principles. Check a write-up from Carpe Diem: http://kscdrbedural.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/meet-misterlnt-ph-and-join-his-advocacy/

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Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics

Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics is based on the seven principles: 1. Plan ahead and prepare 2. Camp on durable Surfaces 3. Dispose of waste properly 4. Leave what you find 5. Minimize campfire impacts 6. Respect wildlife 7. Be … Continue reading

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The Swing – an allegory to Project Management

In real life projects, if you’re not going to be careful so that expectations are met, your scenario may look like as that of the picture. Thankfully, there are a lot of performance metrics that can be applied nowadays, like … Continue reading

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Communication-Response Priority Pyramid

I find this helpful in orientating my staff on which is the proper communication media to employ whenever they need to communicate an issue. I would ask them how urgent do you want to communicate it. Assess it’s importance and … Continue reading

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Prioritizing

Sometimes, we get lost on so many tasks at hand. Some are long-term and some just need a little of your time. If you want some quick flowchart to manage your little tasks, this picture here is appropriate enough. Wouldn’t … Continue reading

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