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7 Traits of Super Teams

20-Jul-2020 5:16 PM

Submitted by Bob Whipple

SuperTeams stay pretty much on track, and when they get off the beam, they self-correct. People on these teams share real interpersonal affection, and the group has a lot of fun. Imagine a world where most teams functioned that way: how refreshing. What would it take to make this dream a reality?

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Accountability Begins with Trust

04-Apr-2020 10:02 AM

Submitted by David Powe of AIOPX Management Consulting

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The Tragedy of Compromise

23-Nov-2011 3:15 PM

Submitted by Carl Jenks

The Tragedy of Compromise


On November 19, 1949 a young man strode on to a college campus in rural Pennsylvania. He was the newly appointed football coach. Over the next six decades his name and the school's name became almost became synonymous as he, Joe Paterno, became the winningest... 

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A "What If" Question Saves the Day.

04-Oct-2011 10:52 AM

Submitted by Susan Kastan

When I packed to leave I had the feeling that I should have a contingency plan. The thought "what happens if I get stuck at JFK?" floated in and out of my head.  Something told me it was time to entertain that thought.
Being proactive, I took a few precautions. I wore comfortable clothes instead of fashionable ones on the plane.  I made sure I had cash on hand. I charged all of my electronic devices. I put snacks (and Advil) in my carry-on. I shipped my valuables home separately. And, I made... 

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Hearing and Heeding

30-Aug-2011 1:15 PM

Submitted by Carl Jenks

Hearing and Heeding


The saddest commentaries to come out of a natural disaster such as the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. just experienced with Hurricane Irene are the accounts of people who ignored/defied warnings and evacuation orders only to be swept away by the torrential weather or have some other form of weather related tragedy strike. Being a bit of a weather junkie, I spent a fair amount of time watching the Weather... 

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Organizing for Sole Proprietors

29-Aug-2011 6:02 PM

Submitted by Jen Ulrich, Answers to Organizing

At the August 26th, I was a panelist at the RPCN (Rochester Professional Consultants Network) speaker meeting, discussing the important of having a "Board of Advisers" when working as a sole proprietor. My Board of Advisers includes three dynamic women with very different styles, business focus, and strengths. We meet every Monday morning (with very  few exceptions) to share our plans for the coming week, ask for support and give suggestions on troublesome business issues, and help each other to be accountable for our respective business... 

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"Simply" Isn't So Simple

18-Aug-2011 3:12 PM

Submitted by Dave Young

I'm a do-it-yourselfer, and I've followed a lot of instructions for everything from mixing concrete to baking bread (and, sometimes for baking bread that was more like concrete-but that's another story). As a writer and editor, I've  written a lot of instructions. Along the way to becoming what I am, I've become sensitized to several words and expressions. When I read them, an alarm sounds in my head.

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