Twenty years ago, the first year of the 21st century started with some massive Y2Y concerns, fears that computers would not shift from 1999 to 2000 correctly. Fortunately, by the
If you could take a step into a visual time capsule and for a brief moment take a look at the year 1989, what would you remember? Would you remember
Thirty years ago, two incredible athletes Dave Scott and Mark Allen pushed themselves and each other in an epic sporting rivalry which reached its peak at the 13th Hawaii Bud
On July 20th 1969, Neil Armstrong immortalized his first step on the moon with his exclamation: “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”. As a member of
This past year was an exceptionally challenging year, around the world. Between unsettling economic situations, the GDPR frenzy, and displays of erratic political behavior, it is no wonder many have
2018 was marked by daunting challenges around the world, from the political divides across Europe and the United States, as well as the pressing issue of global warming, but it
Last summer, on a warm and sunny Saturday, Jana, my business partner and I welcomed a group of ten people at the farm where we were conducting our monthly Coaching
On July 15th half of the world tuned into the most watched live event on television worldwide. “As the pinnacle of the only truly global game, played in every country
Sport is a passion shared across the generations of my family, as well as a family tradition. And the Olympics games are an event I have always followed with enthusiasm.
Once upon a time, in a far off land a prosperous king lived in a magnificent castle. He had an abundance of wealth and was a good, proud king, who took care of his subjects.
Watching a recent debate between the potential American presidential candidates on the Republican side, a question came to my mind: How has Donald Trump managed to convince some smart and educated people that he is a credible presidential candidate?
In February it will be time to say goodbye to the Wood Goat of 2015 as he crosses over the mountain. However, 2016’s Fire Monkey will quickly swing in and take his place.
The holidays are a time for celebration and happiness; a time to be with family and friends; a time to look back on all the good things that happened in the year coming to an end; and a time to make plans for the New Year ahead.
Over the years, I have often heard non-Czech managing directors complain about the lack of drive and ambition from their Czech employees. In addition to their lack of ambition, Czech employees are also often blamed for their lack of initiative.
When I started my coaching practice 17 years ago, my clients’ requests were pretty straightforward: they wanted to improve their communication and relationships with their bosses; learn to communicate with their colleagues who spoke English as a second language; and figure out how to motivate their Czech teams.
Spring is officially here!...although, this year there didn’t seem to be much difference between winter and spring - bar the ongoing political circus in the news. Watching a recent speech by a potential US presidential candidate, a few interesting questions came to my mind.