Root Balls in Life and Leadership

This summer we’ve been doing a lot of gardening. It’s our first full summer in a new property. Once upon a time, there had been beautiful gardens here, but in recent years, they had become overgrown to the point that it was difficult to tell what was there. So this summer we’ve been reclaiming those…

Root Balls in Life and Leadership

This summer we’ve been doing a lot of gardening. It’s our first full summer in a new property. Once upon a time, there had been beautiful gardens here, but in recent years, they had become overgrown to the point that it was difficult to tell what was there. So this summer we’ve been reclaiming those…

When you don’t know what you don’t know

I recently watched a Chautauqua lecture by Dev Patnaik, CEO of Jump Associates and author of Wired to Care. His topic was hybrid thinking. One of the things in his talk that really spoke to me for transformational leadership and coaching was his distinction between complex problems and ambiguous problems. Patnaik defined a complex problem as one…

Transformation in 2012 – It Starts with the Fundamentals

Much has been written about 2012--lots of it hype and some of it really insightful and helpful. This will be a year of changes, to be sure. How those changes play out and whether or not they are lasting is yet to be seen. There is huge potential for transformation at just about every level.…

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