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And the Team Played On

Many team-building models are based on successful big town sports teams’ philosophies or Fortune 500 companies’ project management schemes. Sometimes they work. But many are too cumbersome for most teams.

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Curve Ball Management

As baby boomer CEOs and key executives leave the workplace, top leadership and Boards of Directors have to take a swing at managing more complex leadership transitions. The majority of Boards and senior teams think that they have a solid leadership succession plan in place.

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River Bends

Life can be like a swift river in deep canyon. There are some calm spots here and there, but there are also a lot of bends of change and rapids of transition along the way. If you can read the creases, you can prosper in good times and manage well in the rough bends, even if the rapids distract and try to destroy you.

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Begin before you Start into the Wind

You may work in a world that can feel like a gale force wind of unwanted and non-essential activities that can push you off track and exhaust your time.

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Wisdom of an Innkeeper

Mary and Joseph’s First Christmas (another perspective). Where will you find Christmas this year?

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A Well Pruned Life

It is winter. If you are a gardener, the chill in the air is a reminder that this is the time to prune your fruit-bearing trees and vines and flowering perennials. This act of cutting a plant almost to the ground seems extreme. But the law of nature requires near total destruction before new growth […]

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