Call Rex today: 214-498-3055

"Organizational Performance and Well-Being" https://t.co/4TRC86k8tb on @LinkedIn 26 Jun

1

September 12, 2012

Millennial Stats that You Should Remember

The Millennial brain is different than the GenX or Boomer brain. Older boomers (1946 – about 1955) are primarily left brain oriented, i.e. readers. Younger boomers and older GenX’rs (1964 – 1975) are primary right brain oriented, i.e. watchers. Younger GenXr’s and Millennials are primarily bi-lateral thinkers (multi-senory, multi-media trained). When it comes to the  …

» Read Article

3

July 18, 2011

8 Secrets to Success – Richard St. John

Richard St. John considers himself an average guy. Okay, an average guy that gets invited to speak at the TED conference. Richard St. John interviewed attendees to the TED conference (a bunch a very successful people) to hear what they had to say were keys to success. What I love about his presentation is that  …

» Read Article

4

July 2, 2011

Future Travelers – Rethinking the Mega Church

There is a significant move afoot to recapture a quality of church life that has eluded modern growth models. Three of those qualities are spiritual depth, community and impacting local community. Several forward thinking leaders of mega-churches have been gathering for a few years to explore how to reconcile the competing values. The Millennium Matrix:  …

» Read Article

5

June 25, 2011

The Golden Circle: Why, How and What

This brief presentation by Simon Sinek on “How Great Leaders Inspire Action” is a must for every pastor. The examples of Apple and the Wright Brothers provide a compelling reminder of acting out of our purpose and passion before we drill down into the where, how and what. One pastor asked a good and obvious  …

» Read Article

6

April 29, 2011

Developing Digital World Skills | Use your social networks effectively

Most of us are connected via at least one social network.  Whether it is Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or if we are leveraging the social aspects of our Google account, chances are you have a profile. However with all the opportunities for connection, few of us are truly leveraging them to their fullest potential.  Here is  …

» Read Article

7

April 27, 2011

Developing Digital World Skills | Improve your ability to present

Last week, I posted on presenting visually as a digital world survival skill, but it goes beyond that.  In a world filled with data deluge, the ability to connect is vital. If the communication skill needed in an oral world was storytelling; in a print world, the ability to craft prose; in a broadcast world,  …

» Read Article

8

April 20, 2011

Leader Fatigue and How to Refresh

Dr. Theresa Welbourne, asks the seldom asked question, “…what about leader energy and engagement?”  She wrote this a few years ago but as I’m traveling and coaching leadership teams current economic pressures, reduced staff, a focus on short-term survival and general uncertainty have taken its toll on leaders.  She opens her blog, Energize Leaders, with  …

» Read Article

9

April 18, 2011

Digital World Survival Skills | Get better at visual communication

The thing about visual communication is that few people do it truly well.  And PowerPoints are notoriously BAD. While there are other communications tools out there such as MediaShout or Prezi, the reality is that for visual communication offline, PowerPoint remains a dominant tool. And in a digital world, knowing how to communicate visually is  …

» Read Article

10

April 13, 2011

Everyone can improve…

In Garr Reynolds book, the Naked Presenter, he makes the point that everyone can improve. Reynolds tells the story of Bill Gates beginning presentations. He quotes Apple CEO Gil Amelio in 1998 saying that Gates “does not take well to standing at the podium.” Early presentations were content-dense with a high degree of bullet points.  …

» Read Article

Clients Rex Has Worked with