The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Tag: leadership

Transforming the past

When decisions are made, people often want them to be the right decision. This desire

We are a team

It’s probably one of the worst approaches to teamwork: assuming and stating that the group


It is much easier to be judgmental than to seek to understand. To then expect

Satisfaction and its opposite

According to the MacMillan dictionary the prefix “dis” is “used with some nouns, verbs, and

Showing up

Is the ability to find the energy to show up and do so in a

Resistance and engagement

When a leader encounters resistance to change, his first task will be to explore what

It’s ok

Quite often, people seek to build trust by trying to reassure their audience. They’ll step

Looking good

It may seem to be the same thing, but it isn’t. Delivering something that one

Feelings as magnets

Suzy couldn’t believe how often she had come back to the same request. She had

Aligning differences

An automatic reaction to differences in a team often is the desire to align them

Reading summaries

Years ago, I read Mortimer J. Adler’s book “How to Read a book” and continue