Leadership Perspectives

Everyone has opinions: How to make sure yours are grounded

August 31, 2016

Some of the most valuable work that I do with individuals and teams is helping them understand the difference between assessments and assertions… or put another way, the difference between opinions (or assumptions) and facts. Of course, you know the difference.  If it is 85 degrees, you are sweating, and you say “It’s hot.”  That’s […]

That’s a fact! (Isn’t it?)

April 14, 2014

Leaders need to exercise caution in regards to what they accept – or put out into the world – as fact.  The problem is that often what people state as fact is something else altogether. In a recent leadership workshop that I facilitated, the team started discussing the concept of objective truth backed up with […]

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