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Leadership, Creativity, Cities, Sex and Ideas

January 27, 2016 0 Comments
Leadership, Creativity, Cities, Sex and Ideas

The leader in most organizations has many and varied tasks. If the organization is large enough to have a significant leadership team then the CEO has help in the day-to-day operations and can delegate initiatives, tasks and/or projects. In small companies, including start-ups of course, the leader/founder shoulders much, if not all, of the work. […]

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Cats, Curiosity, Leadership

January 20, 2016 0 Comments
Cats, Curiosity, Leadership

My family has “always” had cats as household pets. Presently my wife and I have two fairly large cats. They are litter mates, kept indoors and are great companions. We like having two so that they can keep each other company during the times when we are away. And this way, there is one for […]

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A Scout Is Trustworthy . . .

January 13, 2016 0 Comments
A Scout Is Trustworthy . . .

I had the privilege of spending part of my youth in the Boy Scouts of America (way back before all the controversies surrounding that organization). I can still “rattle off” the Scout Law, Motto and Oath. They were committed to memory as well as spoken out loud very frequently. I learned some very useful things – […]

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Trust – Up, Down and Across the Organization

January 6, 2016 0 Comments
Trust – Up, Down and Across the Organization

The issue of trust in organizations came up several times during the last two months (of last year). I am working with a couple of new executives and so we had not been through the conversation at that point. And I was reminded of this again when I saw a list of the “Six T’s” […]

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