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How to Resolve the Roots of Disagreement

Most disagreements are due to differing interpretations of the facts. For example, John’s glass vase was broken when Carlos dropped it. This is an objective fact – an event that occurred. John is angry because he believes Carlos did it on purpose. John’s...

Reflection on the Winter Solstice

This is a lovely moment – the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere.. The darkest day of the darkest week of the year . . . . . . a pause in the descent into darkness. . . . a pause before light overtakes the dark. . . . a pause before decrease changes to...

How Leaders Foster 100% Responsibility

Guest post by Dr. John Izzo Almost every leader of a team or organization of any size wants their people to step up to 100% Responsibility – to take full responsibility for their own careers, for their own engagement, for winning every customer, for driving...

Give Me The Facts, Just the Facts

Facts are bite size pieces of reality. There is no such thing as an “alternative fact.” If you start to believe there are alternate realities, it will make you crazy because there is nothing you can depend on. 2 + 2 equals 4. The sun rose this morning. You...

Leading Innovation Though Nobilizing

Guest post by Chip R. Bell When I was a teenager preparing to go out on a date or go out with friends, my dad would always say to me, “Son, don’t forget who you are and that we believe in you.”  It was his way of grounding me in the rich legacy of a...

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