Monthly Archives: August 2010

Sincerity, Authenticity and the Hero’s Journey

I’ve been thinking about sincerity and authenticity lately, particularly after watching the recent Tiger Woods monologue.   Before he came on I wondered how I would feel as he offered his mea culpa. When he spoke, I watched him closely, listening … Continue reading

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How to Give Feedback that is Honest and Respectful

Giving tough feedback to someone in the workplace or at home can be a real challenge.  There is a lot at stake. If it goes badly, relationships may be damaged, jeopardizing the ability to work well together in the future.  … Continue reading

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How to Resolve Disagreements Skillfully

Have you ever had a day that’s been going really well and then suddenly it takes a left turn into an argument that leaves you stunned, frustrated and upset? It can happen to the best of us. Here are some … Continue reading

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