Monthly Archives: January 2012

Weakness – A Dirty Word?

“New England Patriot’s Quarterback Tom Brady doesn’t have good tackling techniques!” Sounds absurd doesn’t it?  No one would ever critique an elite quarterback for having a weakness in tackling.  Especially since he won three Super Bowls, two Super Bowl MVP … Continue reading

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Your Personal Hedgehog

The Hedgehog Concept Jim Collins – Good to Great (Chapter Five) The Personal Analogy Suppose you were able to construct a work life match that meets the following three tests. You are doing work for which you have a genetic or God-given … Continue reading

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Begin With the End in Mind

This blog post was inspired by a Monday e-Newsletter I received from one of my consultant friends who encouraged employers to, “Empower the success of direct reports by asking each what they really want to accomplish as a development goal … Continue reading

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