Monthly Archives: February 2016

Being Effective AND Efficient

I participated in a meeting today that was scheduled to last one hour. There were three of us in one room, and two people on the phone in two different locations. We were grappling with a tough topic and trying … Continue reading

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Speak Now, or Forever Hold Your Peace

I receive The Daily Alert from Harvard Business Review that usually provides a list of thought-provoking articles. There was a title in one of last week’s Alert that caught my eye: “Before a Meeting, Tell Your Team That Silence Denotes Agreement.” … Continue reading

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Hoping to Change the Dialogue

A few weeks ago, I woke up screaming in the middle of the night. I rarely have nightmares and I’ve never woken myself up screaming before. However, I had been reading Bryan Stevenson’s book, “Just Mercy” and I was distraught. … Continue reading

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