Three Questions on Narrative and Meaning
Let’s continue exploring meaning.  Stories and narratives. Stories reveal meaning.  Stories are everywhere, every day.  They engage our imaginations. They ...
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An Unexpected Surprise
I didn’t believe an experiential workshop could work for seventy people. I didn’t realize a keynote address could take this ...
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Who’s There? A Leader’s Inner Journey
My coaching clients often use what they practice at TAI to successfully navigate significant transitions in their careers and lives ...
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Three Questions on Work and Meaning
I’m going to ask you three simple questions about work and meaning.  I think they're the most important questions you’ll ...
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The Leader’s Mettle and the Courage to Create
I know that the root of the word courage comes from the French word “coeur” which means “heart,” but I ...
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“You talking to me?”
Do you remember that iconic scene from the film classic Taxi Driver when DeNiro’s character, Travis Bickle, taunted the image ...
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The Less I Try, the More I Succeed
I’ve been thinking about my personal impact recently and have come to a curious conclusion. My ability to have an ...
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Moving Your People from Passive Listeners to Protagonists Part 2: Creating Partners
So, we’ve created participation by connecting with our listeners.  That’s a great first step, and you are probably seeing a ...
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You Just Interrupted Me
Far too frequently when working with a high-level leader, I utter the words, “You just interrupted me.” The response? “Oh, ...
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