Authors

Unlike many management books, Bare Knuckle People Management treats the readers like they actually have brains. The authors, O’Neil and Kulisek, show managers how to use what they already know and listen to their gut instincts in order to best manage their diverse workforces.

—Clifford A. Teller, Executive Managing Director of Global Investment Banking, Maxim Group

September 2011 Archives

Home Cookin’

homeWhen I was a young adult just making my way in the world, periodic moments of isolation, anxiety or uncertainty made me nostalgic for home.  Those were the days when my childhood home still seemed perfectly idyllic.

I’d reach back for a comforting set of memories clustered around my family’s

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Mutual Belittlement

belittlingSpoke with a college friend the other day who was updating me on his recent divorce settlement that was nearly final. It had been one of those typical bloody divorce proceedings – kids involved, publicly drawn out, and permanently damaging to all.

My friend – I’ll call him Bob –

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Team Unity (or Something)

wiffleI played in a wiffle ball tournament with my 13-year-old twin sons this past weekend.  The tournament was set on an artificial turf field on a soupy end-of-summer day.  Team O’Neil decided it would play in the tournament’s “competitive” division.  We were excited.  We’d played plenty of wiffle ball in

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