March 5, 2018

Most of the bosses you’ve had probably fall toward the middle of this contrast:  between whether you felt they made it easier or harder to do your thing as a leader. If you’ve had enough bosses, as I’ve had, there’s also at least one on each extreme. Someone who wore y...

January 20, 2018

Scaling #2:  What You Know

The first blog entry on scaling addressed relationships, or who you know. This focuses on what you know. Your paradigm for leading may be stressed when you no longer can immediately and independently access a robust or accurate sense of what’s...

December 29, 2017

People experiencing the increase in scope and scale in what they are responsible for as leaders find that it affects their relationships. More to the point, it has to do with how you know most others, and how you are known by them.  Scaling stresses your paradigm when...

January 2, 2017

Pro:  Means for.  What you are for is more important that what you are against or avoiding.  To profess means to believe.  What are you for?

Visioning:   Imagining possibilities.  The world is tough.  Constraints abound.  Analysis matters, but so does imaginat...

January 2, 2017

When we hope that others will mind their own business, we usually are really hoping that they’ll stay out of ours.  Here’s a twist:  What if we really learned to mind our own business—to get how we really operate from the inside out and how that affects others—so that...

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