Take Care of the Little Things (guest post)

I have known Cindy Seibel for the past 6+ years, largely through customer relationships. For a good portion of that time, we joined together to provide executive stewardship to a very complex contract involving over 200 stakeholders in her organization along with a manufacturer of information technology hardware and a service delivery organization. During that time I learned that Cindy is a fair minded, compassionate, open communicator with a passion for learning, leadership, technology and people. She made a huge difference to the project because of these characteristics.

She has recently entered the world of blogging and consulting, and I am very pleased to introduce you to her blog CIO unplugged (I love that name!). Here is her most recent post with an interesting view on leadership.

Take Care of the Little Things

Welcoming a new employee creates an impression not only for that person but also for your current employees. It’s an opportunity you won’t want to miss. Recently I welcomed a new employee with an afternoon cake break. Everyone from the Branch was invited, along with others with whom this employee was likely to interact.

Continue reading at CIO unplugged

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Ian Munro @ leadingessentially.com

Ian Munro is a leadership and vitality coach with a primary passion for working with senior professionals who wish to improve their connection to and vitality in their career, or who wish to make a transition to a meaningful and rewarding retirement. His methods are focused on helping clients understand why they present as they do in day-to-day life, discover their authentic self and give themselves permission to build a meaningful and rewarding future, both professional and personal. Ian’s love for this work has developed naturally as he built his career as an executive and leader in the IT services industry, serving in many roles and facets of this industry over 25 years. As he reached the pinnacle of his career he began to search more deeply for meaning and alternate rewards from his own career and to begin to plan for his own “first retirement”.

4 thoughts on “Take Care of the Little Things (guest post)

      1. It is wonderful, and I love this guest blogger’s way of welcoming a new employee. If given the chance, I will make this part of welcoming newbies on any team I have the blessing to be a part!

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