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Assumptions: Why being right is wrong
Monday, 18 Jan, 2021
Assumptions: Why being right is wrong

While researching my book What? I discovered that when listening to others, we naturally assume we understand what’s meant and don’t question that assumption. But due to the way sound vibrations enter our ears, we actually only accurately hear some unknowable percentage of what is being said. Here’s what happens that makes accurate understanding so difficult:

Servant Leadership: new skills to serve others, and why the old ones don’t work
Monday, 4 Jan, 2021
Servant Leadership: new skills to serve others, and why the old ones don’t work

I became enamored of the concept Servant Leadership in the 1980s. Developed by Robert Greenleaf, it’s defined

You Can’t Lead If You Can’t Follow
Monday, 28 Sep, 2020
You Can’t Lead If You Can’t Follow

A friend of mine delivers leadership training in police departments. On the first

Collaborative Decision Making for Successful Implementations
Monday, 21 Sep, 2020
Collaborative Decision Making for Successful Implementations

I’ve read that there are leaders and project managers who prefer not to collaborate, 

Checklist for Influencers: questions for sellers, coaches, leaders, change agents
Monday, 3 Aug, 2020
Checklist for Influencers: questions for sellers, coaches, leaders, change agents

Most of you are really good at what you do: as influencers,

Trust: what it is, and how to initiate it
Monday, 1 Jun, 2020
Trust: what it is, and how to initiate it

Trust. The big kahuna. The sales industry seeks it; doctors assume it; couples demand it; change can’t occur without it. But what is it? Why isn’t it easier to