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Future Leaders

Each year I have the privilege of attending a conference for future leaders that brings together young, “up and coming” employees from a variety of organizations. While they come to the meetings to increase their knowledge of different ideas and … Continue reading

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Hiding from Change

About a year ago, I worked with an organization that “did everything right.”  As we discussed the presence of numerous organizational best practices, executives as well as team members produced examples of how each element made up their day-to-day operations.  … Continue reading

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Can I Change?

What can we do if we want to change ourselves?  As discussed in the last post, it is possible to change.  It is not overly likely or even easy, but possible.  Most of the research on change has found that … Continue reading

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Do People Really Change?

We have all heard the statement in one context or another that “people cannot change” or “we are who we are.”  Most of us have probably made this statement at some point in our lives about a coworker, subordinate, or … Continue reading

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Making the Mix Work

Most of us have felt the economic downturn in one fashion or another.  The impact on employees has varied from low morale coupled with heightened stress and anxiety to outright loss of employment.  For most of us, this is the … Continue reading

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