Monthly Archives: June 2015

Achieving Skillful Discussion by Balancing Inquiry and Advocacy

By Guest Blogger Roger Hoffmann VP of Technology Operations at HauteLook (Nordstrom) (Roger’s previous blogs on this site include “The Meaning of Work in Japan” and “Yin and Yang – Finding Your Leadership Balance” In my current role a technology … Continue reading

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Encounters with Grace

Our biggest struggles in life are not with external circumstances like a business failure or a divorce. Rather, we wrestle mostly with our inner struggles like insecurity and reactivity that emerge in our crisis moments. This blog is about encounters … Continue reading

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Being Fully Present

Have you ever tried to talk with someone while she/he is heavily engaged in a movie? The result was a minimal level of communication. Or Were you ever on a conference call checking your e-mail while others talked? You remembered only … Continue reading

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Humility. How I Achieved It

Humility is not a personal quality that one would post as an accomplishment on Linkedin or Facebook. In fact a humble person is hardly conscious of the fact that he/she has this character trait. Mention to the person that you … Continue reading

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