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Thanks for the good thoughts Kerry. I especially like the first two ideas. To “be present” is necessary to avoid being washed away like the sand on the shoreline. Taking a step back to reflect allows for the proper time to paint visions. Diversity is important too and reading about new subjects an interesting way […]

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Thanks for the great review, Kerry. Yes, saying that the current model is “broken” is a little tough on associations, but Peggy and I do genuinely believe that to be the case, for reasons of (as you articulated) generational difference, decision making processes, and opportunities for involvement. I’m very sympathetic to the “so how do […]

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When you list change as an 8 step process it is no wonder that so many of us fail at leading change – it is a tricky river to navigate. I’m going to check out Kotter’s books asap…I’m embarrassed to say that I haven’t read any of them. Great post! Reply at Wired 4 Leadership

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Great post, Kerry. Taking informed action is increasingly difficult and increasingly important. Often times, “action” is seen by others as “informed action,” whether it is or not. Hey, that guy’s taking action. He must know what he’s doing. There’s value in extending that perception into the world around you. In my experience, it’s not out […]

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As we have heard for many decades.. prepare for the worst, expect the best. I try to lead my team with this philosophy as well. We need to be positive to continue to motivate not only those we work with, but even ourselves (point 6 from above). However, we all know that sometimes failure is […]

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I love my books, but could it be because I am one of the baby boomers? I think not. There is something to say about having mixed media… we need to break away from two dimensional worlds. Without interacting in the “real world” I am afraid we will lose touch with reality. I am making […]

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