Perspective: What Kind of Window Are You Looking Through?

Perspective: What Kind of Window Are You Looking Through?

Are we looking through a window that needs cleaning? Are we making judgments when we don’t have all the facts? What do we see when we look at others? What judgments do we make about them? Those are great questions to ponder and we would all do well to consider whether our view is clouded when we look at others. I want to take this analogy one step further. 

What’s Possible If I Just Say it Out Loud?

What’s Possible If I Just Say it Out Loud?

I’ve been doing “this work” for over 25 years, and while I know what I do and how to do it, I was pretty clueless when it came to talking about what I do. The thought of trying to help my website designer create something that captured who I am was intimidating, but then she started to ask me questions...

NOTICING - Do you hide your bossiness behind a question?

NOTICING - Do you hide your bossiness behind a question?

Seems to me that I spend a lot of time lately working with leaders to develop their inquiry skills. in Humble Inqury, Ed Schein, paints a convincing picture of the "tell culture" that we live in. I certainly see it in my work...and in my own life.