Leadership and Business Management Articles by Priority Learning

At Priority Learning, we strive to be an online resource for all levels of an organization! That is why we take the time to publish articles each month written by our professional staff as well as exceptional leaders in the field. Over the years we have created a library of leadership articles, business management articles as well as articles on other topics that will help you develop your employees or advance your career.


 

Bring a Gift
"Hide not your talents, they for use were made. What's a sundial in the shade?" Benjamin Franklin Sunday evenings are an unwelcome transition for many people. The weekend is winding down, and work pressure is looming. I happen to love Sunday nights, but I haven’t always. At some point, I made...


MBTI Insights
"When greatly stressed, INFJs may become obsessed with information they normally would consider irrelevant or overindulge in Sensing activities, such as watching too much TV, overeating, or buying things that have little meaning for them." Introduction to Myers-Briggs Type, seventh edition, 2015. When I read this statement, my first response was, "Huh,...


Dial Me Up Scotty! A Brief Reflection on the Short Life of the Internet
During those rare moments when I can catch my breath and reflect, one of my favorite things to think about is how far we've come in terms of technology, especially with the internet. The first time I experienced the internet was in the early 90’s at around 10 years old....


The Power of Belief
Each month I like to write my ideas for this little newsletter of ours, but over time I have come to believe that what I really do is share my life with you because of me and less because of you. The process of writing down what I have observed,...


Hope, Faith, Belief and Support (The Spirit Side of Humans) Part 7
A brand new year “2015” Woohoo! I survived 2014 and I feel really good about my ongoing treatments. I am in hopes that the treatments will shrink the mass in my lung. January through April was quiet. I had my three sessions of chemo every month and went to work...


Four Letter Words
“Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.” –Rudyard Kipling Words have power. They can hurt, heal, and make people laugh or cry. String them together in the right sequence and magic is created. That magic can be inspiring, devastating, gut-achingly funny, and occasionally life changing. I have...


I Want to Be a Manager but Not Manage People
If you oversee or give guidance to another human being you are a manager. And it’s no easy feat to be an effective manager. By “effective” I mean your people are motivated, conflicts are handled quickly and directly, and everyone is giving their best. I’ve known intelligent, ambitious people who’ve decided to...


Hope, Faith, Belief and Support (The Spirit Side of Humans) Part VI
How important it is for me to stay positive and upbeat? Very. I need to meet with the radiation doctor. On June 6, 2014 I met with the doctor and he explained to me the process that I would be going through and would have 14 days of treatment. The...


Revisiting the Glass Ceiling
Being a role model is equal parts who you are and who people hope you will be. -Meryl Streep Does the Glass Ceiling Really Exist? A few years ago I was asked if I thought the glass ceiling was a myth. Part of me thought, "You cannot be serious." The more thoughtful,...


I don't Have a Bias
I have seen careers setback and even ruined in meetings. The sad part is that you don’t even have to attend or behave badly to be the victim of these career crushers. Here is all it takes: Gather a group of managers at any level and bring up the names of...