Understanding Anger
August 5, 2019

When you are in an unexpected life-transition, chances are very good that you will have to deal with anger in some…

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Yes, And (Part 2)
July 2, 2019

In my recent blog “Yes – And, Part 1,” I talked about the two words used in Improv (Improvisational Theatre): the…

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Yes – And (Part 1)
June 25, 2019

Several years ago, the Organizational Development team where I worked was preparing for our annual leadership retreat. The Director, Lynda, came to me and said, “We want to use Improv at the retreat.”

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Children Are Always Watching
June 18, 2019

It was Father’s Day this past weekend. Being a father to my three sons is a special gift from God—a role…

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Never Enough
June 4, 2019

If you’re a perfectionist, pay close attention to what I’ve learned.

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Welcoming Feedback!
May 20, 2019

Feedback is crucial for every one of us. Why is it you don’t hear many people talking about it?

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Unilateral Decisions
April 30, 2019

The unilateral decisions we make as leaders can undermine our influence and the people who serve us. Here are some thoughts.

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The Gifted Gardener
March 26, 2019

Great leaders are described with terms like “visionary”, “servant”, and “inspirational”. Those are all good descriptions, but I like to think…

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I am the New Supervisor
January 29, 2019

Recently I wrote about the challenge of getting a new supervisor and its impact on us: It disrupts our normal. We…

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