Q&Q: June 10, 2019

Think of a time you’ve failed at something. Was it because you didn’t believe in yourself? What can you do in the future to make sure you aren’t causing your own failures?

Q&Q: June 3, 2019

Are you the type of person who can turn a bad day around? When your day isn’t heading in an ideal direction, what are some of your exercises to get back on track?

Q & Q: May 29, 2019

“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” – Phil Jackson

Can you think of a time when you were stalled on a project and asked for help? What happened? Did it spur your creativity?

Q&Q: May 20, 2019

“Discipline is doing something intentional each day to close the gap on your goals regardless of whether you feel like it or not.” Coyte Cooper Ph.D.

How do you close the gap on your goals when you are not feeling 100% ?

Team Huddle: May 7, 2019

The Device Support Team presented a fun huddle at the Innovation Center.

A penny for your thoughts?

And the entire department surprised Eric Pierce with a ‘diaper drop’. Congrats, Eric!

Q&Q: April 29, 2019

“Always take some of the play, fun, freedom, and wonder of the weekend into your week and your work.”
– Rasheed Ogunlaru, life coach (image and quote from forge)

What do you do for fun outside work? Bonus question: How do you feel when you walk into work after a weekend of play?

Q & Q: April 22, 2019

What Obstacles might stand in your way to reach your goals?

Q & Q: April 15, 2019

“I don’t feel that it is necessary to know exactly what I am. The main interest in life and work is to become someone else that you were not in the beginning.” 
― Michel Foucault

Attempting to curate one’s image can limit the scope of possibilities they consider. Does your view of yourself impede achieving the results you desire?

Q & Q: April 8, 2019

We are constantly told to look at the big picture. It’s an easy thing to say that only the end result of our labors truly matter. It’s only when we focus on each detail and make each the best it can be, do we make the adequate extraordinary.

Whatever is rightly done, however humble, is noble.”

-Sir Henry Royce, 1st Baronet, OBE


Was there a time that you made the mediocre into the extraordinary by focusing on the details?

Q & Q: April 1, 2019

Our world is full of half-baked facts and information. How do you keep from being fooled?