Entries by Wayne Irwin

About Wayne Irwin

Wayne accelerates the success of people and companies by leveraging processes that drive a compassion based culture for performance and profitability.

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Here are my most recent posts

Collaboration Even Successful in Nature

In Shawn Achor’s latest book, Big Potential, he starts off with a story of lightning bugs in the mangroves of Southeast Asia.  This particular variation of lightning bug (Photinus Carolinus) synchronize their flashes to increase the likelihood of finding a mate.  Flashing alone, fireflies have a 3% chance of finding a mate, but by synchronizing, […]

Reflection

If you know me well, you know that I like to research, read, learn and better understand happiness and positivity – what drives happiness, why some people are happy when others aren’t and is there a relationship between being happy and being positive.  Recently, I started reflecting on the “why” of my focus on happiness […]

Trust is in your hands…

Let me start by saying, what I am writing is contrary to the teachings people have heard in their personal and professional life.  It is something that impacts us 24/7 and is an underpinning of every facet of our lives.  It may sound like I am exaggerating, but it truly is.  What I am talking […]

Clarity – The Most Critical Aspect of a Successful Organization

If I had to pick one word that was most critical to defining and driving the success of an organization, it would be CLARITY.  Clarity is of vital importance to every aspect of an organization at a business and personal level.  Setting the overall direction of a company, roles and responsibilities, setting goals and recognizing […]

Keep It Simple

Over my career I have been through numerous training courses, facilitated strategic planning meetings, seminars and coaching sessions.  Many of them focused on different methods and processes to drive the success of my company or organization.  Most of them are based on complicated and convoluted processes which focus on hundreds of moving parts and different […]