Month: February 2013


Are You Creating A Safe To Say Environment?

“Safe to Say” was the term one of my clients used to describe the kind of environment they wanted to create.  By “Safe to say” they meant people felt comfortable sharing bad news and could openly talk about what was not working and what they did not like without fear of repercussions formally or informally. [...]


How to Keep Promises to Yourself Part 2

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Are you one of those people who do a great job keeping your commitments to others, but have a hard time keeping commitments to yourself?  Perhaps you don’t struggle with this, but you likely know someone who does.  This is a big problem for a lot of people. One of the most common recommendations by [...]