Monthly Archives: April 2016

Funders: Responsibly Use Your Power for the Common Good

I have long believed that funders – namely, foundations – often don’t execute their influence as much as they should. So I was really interested to read Andy Carroll’s article, “Are You Using Your Power, or Leaving It on the … Continue reading

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Being Curious Is Only Helpful If You Have Time

You can only ask, “Why?” when you can make the time to explore the answer. And we all know that time is not easy to find. Thus, it was with great interest that I recently read Hal Gregersen’s article, “When … Continue reading

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Jellyfish are EVERYWHERE!

As someone who facilitates a lot of meetings, I was excited to read the article, “The Right Way to Cut People Off in Meetings,” by Bob Frisch and Cary Greene.  Essentially, they suggest that most meetings veer off topic and … Continue reading

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It IS Personal – Even to Consultants

About a year ago, I was working with a client that was undergoing some significant internal changes. I had been working with the client for quite some time and we had made really fantastic progress in our work together. However, … Continue reading

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