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Dark days v. sunny outlook In the stress-racked workplace, a dash of optimism isn't just welcome, it's vital. But bosses can't just mouth platitudes, experts warn. They've gotta believe

SARAH BOESVELD MARCH 16, 2009, Globe and Mail.com

"Office optimism needn't be a cheerfest either, says Steve Roesler, CEO of Roesler Communications, a consulting firm in Medford, N.J.. Managers can celebrate the small wins in small ways, and it's important to do so, now more than ever, he says. A major client of his sends daily e-mails out to employees keeping them in the loop about the company's performance and the messages always end on a high note about what's gone right, he says.

"It's one of the things managers do the least. Even in good times they don't do it. It's really important that every time something concretely good happens that everyone knows about it."

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Weekly Leader Podcast

Weekly Leader Podcast Episode 14 (Marty Linsky And The Practice Of Adaptive Leadership – Part 1

Part 1 of Peter and Dr. Ed Brenegar’s discussion with Marty Linsky, co-founder of Cambridge Leadership Associates and co-author of The Practice of Adaptive Leadership. Also, the Weekly Leader Blog of the Week is Steve Roesler’s All Things Workplace.

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Best of Blogs: All Things Workplace by Steve Roesler

Wednesday, July 22, 2009 by Kevin Eikenberry

Steve is an award-winning writer and speaker on leadership, management, and career management topics, with over 30 years of experience. His skills and services have been utilized by some of the world's largest organizations and he is also a member of the American Society for Training and Development and the International Association for Psychological Type. Steve's actions have been described as "Teaching Smart People Practical Ways to Become Extraordinary!". His leadership knowledge can be found and explored at the All Things Workplace website.

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"Steve is the type of professional that immediately puts you at ease. An excellent coach, he provided me with great insight and creative ideas on ways to better communicate and present myself to others.” 
J. Confaloni, Weber Distribution

"Steve is an excellent judge of personalities and situations. He is able to tailor training and coaching programs to fit the needs of the individual or groups. I would strongly recommend Steve and his partners. . ."
Jeffrey Carlton, Minerals Technologies, Inc.

Steve Roesler Factoids

Steve once made 59 speeches in 63 days while on a business speaking gig across the entirety of  South Africa. He fainted from exhaustion on day 61 in front of an audience of 3,000. When he awoke, he received a standing ovation. Steve is thinking of making this a regular part of his practice.

Steve coached the first African-American finalist, Miss New Jersey, in the Miss America Pageant.



More Curious Facts...

Steve once conducted sales presentation training for Pfizer with the participants being flown in from China and Brasil. Neither group spoke English. The two days were simultaneously translated in both languages and proved that a combination of design, focused graphics, and modeled activities can actually help you to bump up your game.

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