More than a decade has passed since Meryl Streep caused an uproar in Hollywood when she attacked Walt Disney as a man who “had some racist proclivities and supported an anti-Semitic industry lobbying group and was a gender bigot.” She made these remarks during a National Board of Review awards ceremony while giving an award … Read more
The Golden Rule is part and parcel of the messages in virtually every religion in the world, and can serve as the inspiration for our love for employees and customers alike: Islam: not one of you truly believes until what you wish for others, you wish for yourself Christianity: do unto others as you would … Read more
“When we feel love and kindness toward others, it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace.” – Dalai Lama During this past holiday season, Lynn and I were often delighted by the refreshing reports of random acts of kindness that … Read more
Should Managers Be Replaced by Robots?
Review by Jeff Merhige, Executive Director, Joe C Davis YMCA Outdoor Center/Camp Widjiwagan YMCA of Middle Tennessee “Dream, Believe, Dare and Do has been a guiding philosophy in our management since being introduced to it by Bill Capodagli and Lynn Jackson. Recently Bill came to Nashville and led a day retreat we title Dream … Read more
DISNEY WAY UPDATE Volume I, Issue I, 08/18/17 Story, Values and Code of Conduct Approved by Board On August 14, 2017, the Township Board unanimously approved the Story, Values, and Codes of Conduct for Grand Haven Charter Township that were developed by Township employees. Thank you to Stacey Fedewa, Tom Gerencer, and Andrea Sandoval … Read more
Join us at 1 pm ET to talk The Disney Way with best selling author Bill Capodagli, co-founder Capodagli Jackson Consulting and author. Fortune Magazine calls the book a ‘best of’ and says its “so useful you may whistle while you work.” WCHE 1520 AM Radio Donna Saul
I want to emphasize the importance of everyone being included in your organization’s training plans. Too many view training for just the upper echelons of the organization or a term that I despise – the “professionals.” That term implies that everyone else is not professional. Don’t you want your secretary to be a professional? Shouldn’t you … Read more