Monthly Archives: May 2014

Change is hard, but worth the risk

On the one year anniversary of departing Washington, DC for “the other Washington”, I am thinking about change. No, it is never easy, and comes with risk. I don’t consider myself a risk taker, but when I consider all the … Continue reading

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It really is magic!

As I mentioned yesterday,  I spent the day facilitating action learning with a team at work. Good people on the same team but very divergent work, so there was little interaction. How wonderful it was to see them come together … Continue reading

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Action Learning and more

Tomorrow, I will spend the day working with a team of managers using action learning. I am almost ready to start calling it Magic Learning because of the amazing results of this work!  Hoping and expecting great things. Stay tuned!

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Love to see others learn!

Last week, I led a class on making the transition from peer to leader. We had a full house of both newly- promoted managers and aspiring managers eagerly participating in the class.  These are my favorite days!  Seeing others stretch … Continue reading

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