Mexican Chinelo Dancers & Family Tradition

June 30, 2017 Last weekend, I attended the wedding of a client colleague and friend, and luckily I stayed just long enough to see the Chinelo dancers.  I had no idea what a Chinelo dancer was prior to this wedding; however, they were a big hit! Chinelos is a [...]

Historic Importance & the Hotel del Coronado

November 28, 2016 I've been going to the Hotel del Coronado for Thanksgiving dinner the last few years - it is simply amazing! The Del is certainly a historical landmark - and has been since it was built in 1888. They do a nice job of preserving the history [...]

How Tradition Can Be a Win for Company Culture

Employers can build a company culture by tapping into traditions that pull employees together through shared experiences that build cohesion and camaraderie.Since Halloween recently passed, I’ve been thinking of the value of tradition with your people. Yesterday I went to a client that has an amazing people culture, and [...]

2020-09-25T23:29:05+00:00November 24, 2015|Categories: Talent|Tags: , , , |

Labor Day Parades & the Value of Tradition

September 7, 2015 It is Labor Day, and I am reminded of when I was young and growing up in Schaumburg, IL. Labor Day was really exciting because there was a great parade that went right by my house on its parade route. We'd wake up early to make [...]

2020-10-02T21:56:36+00:00September 7, 2015|Categories: I've Been Thinking|Tags: , , |
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