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Mindfulness and the Business of Change

A parent, guardian or other familial caregiver might have provided your first instruction in mindfulness: Mind your manners! Or, often with more raw emotion, a third-grade playmate, shouting: Mind your own business! before stomping off in a huff. A less … Continue reading

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There Is No “I” in “Team”?

There is no “i” in team? Of course there is. What first-person pronoun might any team member use?  How about me, myself, and I?  If that troika is not on your team, please tell me who is. With respect to … Continue reading

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A Change by Any Other Name

‘Tis but thy name that is my enemy; Thou art thyself, though not a Montague. What’s Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot, Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part Belonging to a man. O, be some other name! … Continue reading

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Truth or Consequences: Why What Happens Matters

The truth is, consequences govern behaviors. Decades of psychological studies show convincingly that what happens after we do something significantly affects whether we repeat a certain behavior. Simply put, consequence shapes behavior, and we tend to repeat behaviors that keep … Continue reading

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Growth Leadership

Change => Change Management => Change Leadership => Growth Leadership This transformative progression represents a natural and organic shift in heart and mind, which can then be manifested in changed behaviors within individuals and organizations. We have replaced “change,” which … Continue reading

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Pretending and Change Management, Part I

As children, we like to pretend.  It’s fun.  It expands our worlds, our minds, and our highly neuroplastic developing brains.  Fortunately, we benefit from imagination well before we can talk about it objectively. My innocent childhood pretending changed significantly sometime … Continue reading

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