March, 2018

Welcome to my new blog!

I’ve been fortunate throughout my career to have worked with some great, as well as some not so great, leaders.  I’ve learned valuable things from all of them.  I’ve also been “lucky” to have had some incredible opportunities and experiences from which I’ve learned many lessons the hard way.  Over the years, I’ve been told I have a practical approach that people find useful and can apply immediately.  My hope with this blog is to give back to others, some of the lessons and reflections I have learned from previous leaders, or have picked up throughout my career experiences.


6 thoughts on “Home”

  1. Thanks Glenn for sharing these leadership lessons & experiences. Some of the stories were familiar 🙂 however what was new for me was how to pinned each story & experience to a specific principle thus making them practical & easy to understand. Thanks again for sharing. Look forward to more!


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“WOW! I’m impressed with your blog and content. I’ve learned much by your approach and message. From my perspective, I can only add “The Child is Father of the Man.” Great job!”

Don Dougherty

Dougherty Management DNA Change

Tempe, Arizona


“I love that you’re doing this blog, Glenn. I’ve seen AND done it all when it comes to personal productivity – I even teach courses on it. I’ve listened to tons of books on the subject and taken a number of courses over the years. I must say though, your system is the best I’ve seen. A perfect blend of great theorists like David Allen (GTD), Stephen Covey, and John Maxwell PLUS the often overlooked practical HOW TO’s from an engineer’s mind. I love your focus on work/life balance and being a good HUMAN. Life can truly be best enjoyed by working hard, helping others and getting your priorities right.

You came and did a keynote presentation to the physician leaders at the hospital where I work a couple of years ago, and I find myself revisiting your material time and time again. I’ve reflected on some areas where I need to improve my own personal productivity and leadership and I’ve decided to put your model into practice full bore!!”

Stephanie Brundl, MHSc (Health Admin), BHSc (OT), BPE

Director Organizational Development & Volunteers

Grand River Hospital

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