Why do Managers Get Derailed?
“Bad bosses” continue to get a lot of press. In my world of training, developing, and coaching managers… [more]
A Site About Bad Bosses That Names Names!
A number of years ago, I wrote an article for The Albuquerque Journal titled "How to Set a Bad Manager… [more]
When Lawmakers Try to Help People Work and Play Well With Others
Sometimes we take things way too seriously. As winter drags on in some (actually all) parts of of the… [more]
Why Should We Name a Building After You?
As I drive around Minneapolis running my pre-holiday errands, for some reason, I started thinking about… [more]
Thanks for the advice, Mom! And Happy Birthday!
Today would have been my mother’s 91st birthday - she died ten years ago on December 12, 1999. In… [more]
A note from DrJohnDrozdal….
What does it mean to work and play well with others?
This is a topic that has captured my interest for more years than I care to admit. Why is it that a team of really smart people, talented athletes, or individual performers of any type never really gels?
I'm interested in hearing your thoughts on this question as well as other questions that you may have about "working and playing well with others". Just fill out the form on the "Contact Us" page and provide your comment or question.
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... the new online home of The Drozdal Company!
Since 1991, Dr. John Drozdal has helped more than 20,000 people of all generations remember what they learned in kindergarten - how to "work and play well with others". Launched as a blog in 2006, www.workingwithothers.com provided guidance on a number of workplace issues ranging from bad managers to highly effective teams as well as commentary on other workplace issues.
Now workingwithothers.com will be an interactive blog and a bulletin board for up-to-the-minute offerings of The Drozdal Company and Dr. John Drozdal.
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Have you seen the new movie, “Horrible Bosses”?
If the answer is yes, did you find yourself matching characters from movie with managers in your organizations? And wondering what to do about them other than leave your organization. Most people do not wake up in the morning and say, "Today I am going out my way to be the manager from Hell!" For more than 20 years, Dr. John Drozdal has been transforming bad managers into great ones. And he has some great ideas on how to manage Millennials. Fill out the form on the "Contact Us" page and see if he can help....