Monthly Archives: September 2013

Are you Asking the Right Questions?

Some of my previous posts have discussed, or alluded to, my work with action learning, specifically, the WIAL method of action learning. One of the critical elements of this method, and in my opinion what makes it such a vital … Continue reading

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Rome wasn’t Built in a Day

My office has the most amazing view. I look West from atop a suburban mountain with an unobstructed view of the city of Seattle, Puget Sound, and the Olympic Mountains off in the distance. It’s a changing landscape from morning … Continue reading

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In search of the future

It’s been a very busy few weeks. I returned to New England for a long weekend last week. I attended a joyous wedding and had a chance to revisit some childhood memories, my cousin, my niece, and time alone to … Continue reading

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Anticipation and New Beginnings

Summer is at an end, Fall is creeping in, the weather is getting slightly cooler here in the Pacific Northwest, and the kids have gone back to school. Yes, the season is changing, and time is marching on. This morning, … Continue reading

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