Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Unintentional Executive, Vol. VII

There is an interesting phenomenon that happens when any executive leaves and organization’s leadership team. There is a tendency for the remaining leaders to engage in revisionist history. We all have a propensity for it, and you really have to resist, for … Continue reading

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A Very Pleasant Prison Trip

Last week was prom for many of the local schools, including Connor’s. For quite a while, he was thinking about going, or not going. He just wasn’t sure how much fun it would be, and while he was intrigued by … Continue reading

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An Ode: For Mothers I Know

Today is Mother’s Day, and I hope so very much that all of the mothers I know out there are going to have an incredible day. Each and every one of you deserve so much recognition and appreciation that likely … Continue reading

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The Unintentional Executive, Vol. VI

In my new role working in marketing and almost exclusively with marketing professionals, I have been immersed in a changing landscape, but also observing an interesting paralysis. There is so much being broadcast, written and talked about as of late regarding the … Continue reading

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