Posts tagged with ‘slider’

  • Jun282015
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    Women and Leadership

    Do Men and Women See Leadership Differently? Generalization is risky. But we humans cannot resist searching for patterns. And...

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  • Jun172015
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    My Book: Riding Horseback in Purple

    The Dream As a child, I dreamed of owning a horse.  But those dreams went dormant with the realities...

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  • May182015
    Does focus mean you miss the donkey
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    Is focus a good thing?

    Is focus always a good thing?  Middle managers focus on success in their slices of the organization chart.  Researchers...

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  • Apr212015
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    Diversity

    When I hear the word “diversity” in organizations, it is usually about gender, ethnicity and disability.  Are there enough...

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  • Apr132015
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    Many Reasons for Writing

    From a Tweet to a the Writing of this Post What prompted me to write this post?  I had...

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  • Mar212015
    Riding Horseback in Purple
    Article

    Quiet Contest to Silent Auction for Horse Rescue

    Horse Rescue Centers Need Support! I just held a quiet contest (rare cousin to the silent auction) for my...

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  • Feb212015
    Finding Your Voice
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    Finding your Voice

    On Being Authentic We often hear that leaders should be authentic.  One key element of authenticity is voice.  When...

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  • Sep302013
    Article

    How did “social” get the black hat?

    “Social” as Learning, Improving and Celebrating Some time ago, I sent out invitations to join an asynchronous five-day conversation...

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  • Sep132013
    Pasang Dolma Sherpa, a world leader in climate change dialogue.
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    Women and Climate Change

    I recall a curriculum re-development meeting several years ago in which the head of Aboriginal Education held up a...

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  • Sep052013
    Antique tractors exemplify era where we saw how things worked.
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    Beware the Black Box

    Have you ever observed people watching old, working machinery at a fall fair or antique museum?  It doesn’t seem to matter...

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