Republication Policy

I appreciate your visit to my leadership website. If you are thinking about using my material on your own site OR on someone else's website, I need to explain my republication policy.

To avoid any confusion, here's what you cannot do with my content:

You do not have permission from me to take material from my website and (1) put it on your site, (2) use it in your training programs, OR (3) misrepresent it on other sites as your own original published work.

Here's what you can do, however:

  1. If you are another website, you may publish a quote of 175 words or less from articles with a link to the original content on Management is a Journey Blog. You must also give credit in a way that makes it clear that the content you are sharing is not your own. (In other words, please don't take my content and present it as your own.)
  2. If you want to republish more than 175 words from Management is a Journey Blog online or in your printed publications, you need to get my written permission first. You can contact me at [email protected] to explain how you would like to use my material.
  3. If you are a university or an educational institution and you have a special need to use my materials that is not mentioned above, feel free to contact me at [email protected].

Any unauthorized use of content from this website is an infringement of copyrights, trademarks, or proprietary rights.

Thank you for honoring intellectual property.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I advertise on your site?
No, I do not accept external advertising.

Do you accept sponsored posts?
No, I do not accept sponsored posts.

Do you accept sponsored links?
No, I do not accept sponsored links.

Do you accept guest posts?
No. I write all posts for this blog.

Will you swap links with me?
No, I do not swap links.


Will you hire me to write a post for your blog?
No, I write all posts for this blog.

Trademark Information

Management is a Journey is a registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Thank you for visiting my leadership blog and taking the time to review this information.

Robert Tanner