Monthly Archives: March 2015

Imagine a World Where…..

When I work with leaders on the development of a strategy I ask them to complete the statement Imagine a time when…. That approach puts their ideas solidly into the future. Some of the best comments I have heard have been from, … Continue reading

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Take Down the Wall – Ending Gender Inequality at the Top of Organizations

A big divide between the sexes in the corporate world is evident at senior leadership levels where men are in the overwhelming majority. Despite the advent of feminism, the fact that there are a handful of women CEO’s in large corporations, … Continue reading

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Delegation – How to Catch Monkeys

Some villagers in Africa were having problems with monkeys stealing their crops. One resident devised a plan to place several large pumpkins in the vegetable patch. He then carved a small hole in the thick skin of each pumpkin through … Continue reading

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A Case for Silence

Cedric Johnson, Ph.D and Kristine MacKain, Ph.D Whether we know it or not we need silence in our lives. It is essential for so many things; for example,  generating creative thought, reducing stress, restoring our sense of well-being, and maintaining our sanity … Continue reading

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