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Steve Roesler Patient Expert

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
I am married to "B" and we live 20 miles from Philadelphia in a tranquil, wooded area surrounded by lakes. (We don't live in the woods because we were asked to leave the city--we just like it here). It's a welcome break from the many days of international and domestic travel that are a... Full Bio
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Neutralize Fear, Bring Out the Sunshine by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health What do you do when faced with fear? Forget about saying you will overcome it, ignore it, or deal with it later. You have to make it real so you can see it and deal with ... Read on »
Build Trust By Saying "No" by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health There's some twisted thinking going on about building trusting relationships. It goes like this: "If I make people happy by not disagreeing with them they will like ... Read on »
How To Get Support For Your Great Idea by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health "One of the best ways to persuade others is by listening to them."     --Dean Rusk, former U.S. Secretary of State Getting Attention to Gain Support Manageri ... Read on »
How About A Look At Your Conference Call? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Ever wonder what a conference call "looks" like? Hat tip to Leadercast for this all-too-true (and therefore, hilarious) look at: The Conference Call. Enjoy! ... Read on »
Creative Talents, But What Kind? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Innovation and Creativity permeate the pages of business books and internet storytelling. Unlike Project Management skills or Financial Analysis, Creative Talents ar ... Read on »
Make A Difference With Differences by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health I've always been bothered by the seemingly well-intentioned books and workshops that fall under some variation of  "Managing Differences". Have a look at the graphic ... Read on »
Fear: Success or Failure? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Lets be honest:  All of us have doubts that block us from doing things. It's even socially acceptable to talk about some "fear of failure." But "fear of success?" ... Read on »
Ten Life Lessons From Business by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health I'm not usually a list kind of guy-- and the title might lead one to expect thoughts on marketing, capital, or organization development. But business is part of life, no ... Read on »
What Makes Many People Successful? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health What Do These Success Quotes All Have in Common? "I don't know the key to success but the key to failure is to try to please everyone." Bill Cosby "A man is a ... Read on »
Strengths, Weaknesses and Engagement by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health What engages you most, building on your talent or overcoming what you see as some "gap" in your inherent abilities? Where do you get the bigger payoff? I read th ... Read on »
Reconcile Your Relational Banking by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Reconcile: 1 a : to restore to friendship or harmony <reconciled the factions> b :  settle ,  resolve  <reconcile differences> 2 : to make consistent or congruous <recon ... Read on »
Self-Awareness Matters by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Organizations gain a lot more from leaders who take responsibility for what they know they don't know than from leaders who pretend to know everything. What recent ... Read on »
How To Bump Up Creativity In Your Meetings by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Counterdependence: The act of overcompensating as a result of feeling very dependent and subconsciously moving in the opposing direction. Think "teenagers". Once ... Read on »
Better Results? Look For "Plays Well With Others" by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health "Collaboration is a key driver of overall performance of companies around the world. Its impact is twice as significant as a company’s aggressiveness in pursuing new marke ... Read on »
Wholeness, Meaning, and Change by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health “Meaning is a peculiarly individual and subjective thing. I wonder, if every worker pursued their own notion of meaning, how would that affect the corporate world?" ... Read on »
Be A Mentor, Learn A Lot by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health I have an idea. You and I should simply decide that we will be mentors to someone. Why be a Mentor? 1. Most of us want some help in some area of our work b ... Read on »
How To Help People Make Changes by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Defending the status quo. "That will never work." "The labor laws make it difficult for us to do a lot of the suggestions [you] put out. And we do live in a l ... Read on »
Are You Coachable? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health This topic emerged while I was preparing for a corporate client webinar for sales managers with the simple title,  "How To Coach with Confidence". A lot of good research ... Read on »
Have You Thought About Talent This Way? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health You don't pay much attention to what seems to come easily to you. And you should. I just finished a mid-career assessment with Mike. He has a grouping of talents tha ... Read on »
Get The Most From Assessments by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health How is your organization using professional assessments? Self-assessments, 360 degree feedback, assessment centers, and other similar tools are widely used in the wo ... Read on »