Paul Butler | Presentation skills

Last week, we saw the start of the 2020 presidential debates here in the United States — a battle that was highly entertaining and of

What’s with all these rules?

Paul butler Signal Contributing Writer I’m noticing three categories of people in their response to the directives we’ve all been given during this pandemic —

Paul Butler | Your legacy of leadership

From my observation, very few leaders leave an admirable legacy — many cause divisions, and some are downright dreadful. The late John Wooden was an

Paul Butler | Conspiracy at work

As the days turn into weeks, and the weeks turn into months, and the months turn into more months — I’m just hoping this COVID-19

Paul Butler | Principled leadership

In the past few weeks we’ve all had the opportunity to watch the national convention for each of the two major political parties here in

Paul Butler | Insights on outsourcing

“The trouble with most accountants is, they know the cost of everything but the value of very little.” ~ Albert Einstein My wife and I

Paul Butler | Theft at work

A few weeks ago, I had my bicycle stolen from outside our office building. I was aghast and annoyed. I became all puffed-up with my

Working in a mad world

We seem to be living in a mad world right now, and I am concerned this angst will carry into our cubicles, find its way

Paul Butler: Decisions, decisions

One of the most important responsibilities as a leader is to make a decision. One of the noblest attributes as a leader is to have

Paul Butler: Lessons from fathering

Last month, much of the world celebrated Father’s Day. Did you know that Father’s Day was founded in Spokane, Washington, at the YMCA in 1910

A tale of two workers

Have you noticed there are two types of people during these strange days of COVID-19? One type of person seems to focus their attention on

Paul Butler: Pushing the envelope

Winston Churchill famously once said of the United States and Great Britain that we are just “two countries divided by a common language,” and I