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The 7 Corporate Culture Questions Every CEO Should Ask

Leadership and learning are indispensable from one another.  ~John F. Kennedy I like questions.  Questions make people think.  Statements may go in one ear and out the other, but a good question will bounce around inside your head until you … Continue reading

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A Modern Twist on an Old Chinese Proverb

There’s no denying the wisdom of Confucius, and this quote especially resonates with me. Perhaps more than anything because my parents were both teachers and stressed the importance of education for all children.  And I don’t just mean schooling and … Continue reading

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Culture as Business and Social “Glue”

Nothing is so painful to experience than when a company or a nation begins to deteriorate from the inside out. Every business organization has a  unique identity and purpose that differentiates it from the others. And these elements of uniqueness are evidenced in the corporate culture. … Continue reading

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The History of the Future . . .

Just last week two independent research groups on climate change both came to the exact same conclusion. The Antarctic Ice shield is melting and the rate of melt has accelerated to a point of no return.  We have definitely reached … Continue reading

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Math Facts . . . Then and Now

The hardest arithmetic to master is that which enables us to count our blessings.  ~Eric Hoffer,  My first daughter was born in 1976 and by the time she was in the 7th grade in school, I was traveling the world … Continue reading

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What I Do . . . Facilitate Strategy Meetings

When you grow up in a household of teachers (Mom taught English and Music, my Dad taught Math and coached basketball, taught aircraft engine mechanics during WWII, then later in life became a District Principal and County  Superintendent of Schools … Continue reading

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Profiles in Leadership . . .Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Laxmi Chandra

“The ideal man bears the accidents of life with dignity and grace, making the best of circumstances.” — Aristotle I recently came across a blog that I had to read several times because of its impact on me, and the images … Continue reading

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