Category Archives: Leadership

Speaking Truth to Power

Some will remember Anita Hill’s sexual harassment case against Supreme Court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas in the early 1990’s.  I certainly do.  That was around the same time that I was precipitously fired. I had been hired to make massive … Continue reading

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Purple Rain

Unless you have been under a turnip plant the past few days, you have heard of Purple Rain recently more times than you like to count.  You have seen all manner of things become purple, and the song Purple Rain … Continue reading

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Communicating Your Personal Brand in the Digital Age

It will be no surprise to anyone to read that we are all living in a digital world today. What might surprise some is the depth to which this has changed our ability to communicate effectively in general. This is … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Quarterbacking

Our world is reeling again, this time from several recent terrorist attacks.  The most recent horrific attack hit Paris a few days ago, and at last count, left 132 people dead.  There is concern that Washington, D.C. may be targeted, … Continue reading

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Thinking Outside The Triangle™

  Many business people today are well aware that innovation is the key to success in the present and future.  Not nearly as many people are clear about how to make innovation happen.  Too may of us are simply doing … Continue reading

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The SAUCE of Choices

SAUCE is all about choices.  The best sauces are a combination of flavors and ingredients, not just one.  And we vary in our selection of the “best” sauce, the one that is best due to our own taste.  The same … Continue reading

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Reality and Renewal

Last week I had the privilege of facilitating a strategic planning advance (my word for retreat!) at Auburn University.   Some of my research for that and the insights provided has me still pondering.  The Department head wanted some of the … Continue reading

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