Bryan G. Stephens is a former executive on a mission to transform the workplace. He is the founder and CEO of TalkForward, a consulting and training company, utilizing Bryan’s clinical and management expertise to develop managers and teams in a corporate environment. As a licensed therapist with strong understanding of developing human potential, he is dedicated to the development of Human Capital to meet the needs of leaders, managers, and employees in the 21st Century workplace.
Bryan has an Executive MBA from Kennesaw State University, Coles School of Business, and both a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.
“What would you do if you woke up with Superman’s powers?”
I saw this question on facebook in my City of Heroes chat group. It is sort of a fun exercise, but the more I think about it, the more I am sure I would, in short order, be seen as one of the world’s greatest monsters. Lord Acton call your office.... [Read More]
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No one would even listen to what George Conway said if his wife were not loyal too and working for Trump. As such, to trade on that marriage to trash Trump is to be unfaithful to the spirit of that union.
It is funny, that the same people who complain about Trump cheating on his wife (still not technically proven, but let’s let that slide), these are the same people who have not a word to say about George Conway and his disrespect for his own wife.... [Read More]
The height of a Man’s Labor comes in the Afternoon.
Morning’s running gait gives way
to the slow, sure steps of diligence.
He wipes his brow, feeling the waning sun,
its waxing heat, and brilliant light.
Morning’s promises are burned away
forging what tasks remain, chosen and unchosen.
Stooping and sighing, (while no one is looking), his eyes
gaze West, and he feels the Truth of Evening:
Many tasks of Morning will go unfinished ere the failing of the light.
Standing straight, he lays aside tools unneeded and
takes ones not touched since sunrise.
In the Afternoon, he will do what can be done,
accepting Wisdoms not seen in the Dawn.
His chores are not less; he will yet sweat and strain.
But a song escapes his lips, and he feels alive again,
as he Labors in the Afternoon.... [Read More]