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Lisa Haneberg
Houston, TX
I am a creative nonfictio writer and organization development practitioner.
Interests: Biking, hiking, walking, satire, humor, inventive twisted novels and movies, beating cancer.
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I have a new bike. It's an awesome steel Gunnar Sport frame, with SRAM Force 22 componments, carbon seat post and handlebar, Speedplay pedals/clips and a Selle Anitomica seat. And it's ORANGE! My bike is so great that it makes... Continue reading
Posted Aug 18, 2014 at Management Craft
Hello everyone. I am pleased to be SHRM's guest on their next #NextChat. What's a #NextChat you ask? #Nextchat is a Twitter chat hosted by SHRM We Know Next on the @WeKnowNext Twitter handle that occurs every Wednesday at 3... Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2014 at Management Craft
Bill and I spent a week kayaking in the Great Bear Rain Forest. It was a great trip and you can see my pictures on Flickr here. We had two kayaking guides, one who was a 25 year old man.... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2014 at Management Craft
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A friend sent me this picture - it's my latest book, Double the Love, with a nice shelf space at the International SHRM Conference. Woohoo! I particularly love that my book is shelved higher than, How to Work for an... Continue reading
Posted Jun 24, 2014 at Management Craft
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I thought I would do a few posts sharing a few editorial comments on the "Secrets" I shared in Double the Love. There are 11 secrets in the book, and this post discusses the last one. The secret to performance... Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2014 at Management Craft
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Oh, golly, I have not been doing a very good job for my blog community. It has been far too long since I posted. Or better said, it has been far too long since I contributed (there is a difference... Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2014 at Management Craft
I am working on a project to create coaching training for folks inside organizations - the training will be geared towards leaders, HR folks, and anyone else who wants to learn how to be an effective coach for others. To... Continue reading
Posted May 19, 2014 at Management Craft
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I wanted to let you know about a new book that is out that I think could help us all be more effective when we are the one in the front of the room - training, presenting, facilitating, or even... Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2014 at Management Craft
I am very pleased to let you all know that my new book, Double the Love: 11 Secrets for Cultivating Highly Accountable and Engaged Teams , is available on Amazon.com. Right now, the paperback version is available. The e-book format... Continue reading
Posted Apr 18, 2014 at Management Craft
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Hello all! I will be doing a webinar for BrightTALK on Accountability and Engagement, and helping leaders learn how to optimize both, on this Thursday, April 17th, at noon Eastern. It will be just 45 minutes and is free to... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2014 at Management Craft
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I was reflecting today on the last several years of work - the situations and outcomes I am most proud of and those that struggled and that I need to learn from. One characteristic seems central to both the successes... Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2014 at Management Craft
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Here we are, the day after Valentine's Day, and it hits me that my upcoming book is called Double the Love, and I did not make the connection. Oops! Interestingly, it was a Facebook post from pal Phil Gerbyshak about... Continue reading
Posted Feb 15, 2014 at Management Craft
There's a moment (and over time, many moments) when the impact of leading hits you like Niagra Falls. Something you have said or done makes something new and wonderful happen. Perhaps someone sees and adopts a new mindset, or experiences... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2014 at Management Craft
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I have been teaching quite a bit lately and I have been talking about the concept of managerial love. It resonates with folks, but it is a slow burn - meaning that I can see their minds churning on the... Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2014 at Management Craft
Terry, interesting! It's always something good to know when you want to connect people with material.
Well, this comment might post twice, as I thought I already hit send but I don't see it.... Thanks, all, for the comments. I appreciate your encouragement and that you reinforced a more relaxed way of looking at it.
Hello dear readers. I would like to get some feedback and am looking for 10 volunteers to read the first section of my forthcoming book called, Double the Love. It sets up the overall philosophy and point of view for... Continue reading
Posted Dec 29, 2013 at Management Craft
A year ago I wrote a final blog post on Management Craft. My reasons for retiring the blog were that I 1) needed to focus on health and 2) needed to create more balance in life (especially since I have... Continue reading
Posted Dec 25, 2013 at Management Craft
This will be the last blog post I do for the foreseeable future. I will not bore you here with the “why," but if you are interested I have included a bit more about my reasons at the bottom of... Continue reading
Posted Jan 1, 2013 at Management Craft
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I got my car serviced. All went fine. It runs nice. I got this email (I have removed the company name and will call the author of the email "Bob.") from my car company: Hello this is Bob from Vendor... Continue reading
Posted Dec 17, 2012 at Management Craft
The colliding kick of my double latte with the buzz of my triple ginger cookie caused a brain spike. 2012 is almost over. What do I think of this year so far? What's still possible? If you are a regular... Continue reading
Posted Dec 9, 2012 at Management Craft
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I saw this shrub in a parking lot median and had to snap and share this pic. As you can see, the tree has no leaves, is completely dormant - EXCEPT for one wonderful and lush bloom. Made me think... Continue reading
Posted Nov 15, 2012 at Management Craft
I like this post from John Kotter on his Forbes blog called, How to Retain the Heroes Within Your Workforce. Check it out. The suggestions, as you might imagine, focus on how to engage and USE your team's talents and... Continue reading
Posted Nov 13, 2012 at Management Craft
I attended TEDxHouston last weekend. It was a nice line up talks and a great collection of people. One of the talks that I found interesting was offered by Anthony Brandt - composer and music director. His message was focused... Continue reading
Posted Nov 8, 2012 at Management Craft
I attended a luncheon yesterday that featured speaker, author, and researcher Brene Brown. Her newest book, called Daring Greatly helps us see the intersection between vulnerability and courage and how they are connected. Check it our here. Her TED talk... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2012 at Management Craft