Q or A: Pick Your Tribe

Seth Godin doles out brilliance daily. If he were Mary Poppins his spoonfuls would be of pants-kicking instead of sugar. Like this one on questions or answers: You can add value in two ways: You can know the answers. You can offer the questions. Relentlessly asking the right questions is a long term career, mostly […]

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When Work and Souls Collide

I read a gem of a post on my way to facilitate with a group of leaders this week. Written by Chris Corrigan, who has one of the best Twitter profiles ever (running around hosting conversations that matter), it shared his observations on the design and challenges of running a very interesting meeting. I loved […]

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