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Getting Real Engaged

Getting Real Engaged

Engagement and engaging are words tossed around far too lightly. Calling ourselves engaging is not the test. People know if they feel engaged. Some thoughts around the character of real engagement.

Clarity on Purpose

Clarity on Purpose

Clarity of purpose and Service. How do we better find it? Do we find it? Does it find us? How? Here, we explore some thoughts on purpose and meaning…. at any age or stage; individually or collectively.

Business, Life and Learning

Business, Life and Learning

Business, life and learning. How do we learn? How do we practice our own internal culture of learning. This post launches us into an exploration of learning for business and life. Join me as we explore and practice.

Building Cultures of Confidence

Building Cultures of Confidence

Confidence is a concept often tossed around freely. There are multiple faces and facets and forms. Here we explore Confidence and its building in times of change and challenge. Personal and collective Confidence matters.

Clean, Fierce and Focused

Clean, Fierce and Focused

Cleanliness is more than we think. What does it look like for mind, body and spirit? What is it’s value and return on investment? Here we explore some thoughts on getting clear and clean; with links and resources to boot.

Resourcefulness is a Virtue

Resourcefulness is a Virtue

Resourcefulness is about being aware of the world around us, considering and consulting on our capacities, planning, managing and leading moving forward. It is about working with what we have to get where we need to be.

CUTE Consultation

CUTE Consultation

In these times and beyond, we need to consider consultation and what it truly looks like in order to forge greater understanding and make better decisions. Here, I share some thoughts I think worthy of inner and outer consult…

The CO Split: Leader v Manager

The CO Split: Leader v Manager

Leadership and Management. Leaders and Managers. Are they different? Are they the same? Yes. I remember writing an article for the local Board of Trade in the late 90’s around this very consideration and question. It essentially went like this.

The Year that Was Not

The Year that Was Not

Exploring what it is to let go and accept and move forward…

It seems that I have lost a year.

Some thoughts on how I and we can get it back …