Monthly Archives: November 2009

Netconnecting

Networking is a lot of work. It must be as it has the word "work" in it. There are lots of people I know who avoid networking events- too much effort for them, too difficult, they dont know how to … Continue reading

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Calendar Space

Often we are governed by our calendars. How far out are you booked? Does this give you comfort or make you feel overwhelmed? Ive noticed that people are affected differently. Do you love an empty calendar or does the space … Continue reading

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Writing in Others Space

A colleague of mine Jim Taggart  invited me to write in his space, to provide a guest blog post on his blog, Changing Winds.  This act of sharing space meant my words may be read by people that he knew, … Continue reading

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Making Space

Leaders of organizations sometimes make space by removing employees.  They remove the person from a job through a layoff, intending to remove the job function. It is not until the person is gone that sometimes it is recognized that the … Continue reading

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Connections

As we connect with others on LinkedIN, Facebook, Twitter adding more and more  connections it seems that the more people you know the better.  Only 6 degrees away from everyone. Pretty soon everyone will know everyone. Or will they?  What … Continue reading

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Are You Busy?

As a consultant Im often asked “Are you busy?”  In pondering this question there are so manyassumptions one might make both in the answering and in the asking.  Here just might be the intention behind this question. Do you have … Continue reading

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