Monthly Archives: October 2012

Scary Workplace Characters – Not Just for Halloween

I just got home from stocking up for a big night of Trick-or-Treaters. I love seeing the different costumes and characters that …

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Vulnerability – Its Not What You Think (part 1)

Last week, at the Texas Conference for Women, I had the distinct pleasure of hearing one of my favorite thinkers and TED …

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Is That Conference Worthy Of Your Investment?

This past week I made an investment, (in time and money) in deepening my knowledge in the Organization Development arena by attending …

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Do Presidential Debates Make You Squirm?

Did you watch the presidential debates? I tried, but frankly, they made me uncomfortable, so I bailed. Maybe you found them unsettling …

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How to Manage Stakeholders Who Don’t Have Time to be Stakeholders

Have you ever known anyone who seems to work with a “hair on fire” approach? You know them – folks for whom …

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Can Your Talent Keep Up with Your Growth?

According to a new study by the Kaufmann Group, the Silicon Valley isn’t the only location for high growth in recent years. Salt Lake City and …

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5 Lessons from a Twitter Convert

I love social media and all of its possibilities, most of which weren’t even fathomed by the tool creators. It appeals to …

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Why Busy People Get Stuff Done

Last weekend I witnessed an incredible team of volunteers come together to put on a huge event at my son’s school – …

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