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You know what happens when you “assume”

April 16, 2014 - Rhonda Scharf

You may have heard the phrase, “When you assume you make an “ass of u and me.” We all make assumptions in life; sometimes, many a day. Often we’re correct and it shows that we have an understanding of the situation. Sometimes, however, our assumptions are wrong and w…

How Strong Performance Can Mask Issues in the Future

April 16, 2014 - Bill Hogg

In my experience as a leadership consultant, I have had the privilege to work with a wide variety of organizations of all sizes and from different industries. However, one thing I have observed that has gotten many organizations in trouble and has caused issues within the le…

PAUSE – 14.15 – Are You Dazed? Try A Doze!

April 16, 2014 - Patricia Katz

Reflection: When a busy toddler grows weary, he or she simply lies down and falls sleep. Doesn’t matter where. Doesn’t matter when. When an elderly person grows weary, he or she simply nods off in the middle of a visit or the middle of a sentence. Doesn’t matter where…

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April 15, 2014 - Mary Charleson

  I have to preface this weeks post with an admission that I’ve secretly feared Veet (previously called Neet) ever since I was 13. And it’s not because of some misguided teen hair removal exercise. One of my friends had Neet put in her hair during a high school initiati…
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