Monthly Archives: November 2009

Facing Fears, Making Choices

The reason I reprinted Peter Bregman’s HBR blog post is because in it, Peter suggests to his client is a technique that we often use in our resilience through hardiness seminars. It is one ¬†of the key component of hardiness … Continue reading

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Leading: Even your boss

The following post is by my friend and colleague John Baldoni. Please let me know what you think. Great recessions can provide great opportunities especially for those who want to jump start their careers. Many might think this is heresy; … Continue reading

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Destruction, Vulnerability and Hard Choices and Actions

The Broadway production of David Manet’s two character drama, Oleanna, achingly addresses human vulnerabilities, and the way institutions attempt to protect us from those vulnerabilities. The play involves the power struggle between a university professor and one of his female … Continue reading

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