Executive Coaching & Leadership Development

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    How Today’s “Trinity of Extremes” Affects Us All

    Yes, we live in a fast paced world. Yes, we are often at tipping points of stress. Yes, we can do better. “We are all in it together and no one wins unless we all do.” This mantra sounds good, however, for most of us it sounds naïve. Sometimes the world seems to be spinning out of control and the issues are too big and a single individual, a mere speck in the universe, is too small to make a…Read More

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    Do You Want to Change?

    There is an old saying, “Technology changes, people don’t.” It’s kind of depressing to think that with all the good stuff at our finger tips, we are not much different from Neanderthal man and woman. Well, maybe we dress better. As social beings, everything we do is interactive and contextual. And yes, technology has changed much of our behavior and much of our behavior dictates what is n…Read More

  3. Battling Women and Windmills

    In our Total Leadership Connections program we teach participants to go beyond the obvious, that leadership in any field requires deep thought; superficial considerations are merely not enough. Recently asked what I thought about all the brouhaha around actor/director Mel Gibson’s racist and venomous comments to ex-girlfriend and mother of his child I decided to do some research. Based on what I…Read More

  4. Leadership and Change: Ready on a Moment’s Notice

    I must really be getting old! I remember when tornadoes were only meant to happen in Kansas. In past years most of us watched "The Wizard of Oz" and went along with Dorothy on her journey, yet it was just a story, right? While tornadoes indicate sudden change and danger they were "out there" in pockets of the country. They were meant to be in Kansas, not Connecticut. Well, not until this week anyw…Read More

  5. Workplace Conflict, Men, Women, and the Family

      Yesterday I talked about the tension at work where men are searching for ways to navigate that tough middle road between being a great employee or business owner and a father who is present for his children.   I saw this dilemma first hand at an off-site with a national sales group. Picture the scene: the team of 22 from a sales organization was at The Country Place Retreat Center to have some…Read More

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