Monthly Archives: January 2007

Leading is Not Acting: What Roles Do You Play?

This is the second in a series of five posts on the journey of unlearning roles and life-scripts that interfere with effective leadership and personal fulfillment. If you like, you can hear me read this post. In my previous post I outlined the importance of “unlearning” for leaders — how playing a particular role such […]

The Journey of Unlearning

This is the first in a series of five posts on the journey of unlearning roles and life-scripts that interfere with effective leadership and personal fulfillment. If you like, you can hear me read this post. I have begun to think that leadership in great part is a continuing journey of unlearning. In an earlier […]

Going In

If you like, you can hear me read this post. Perhaps it is just that it is winter and my energy is solstice energy, energy of the roots of things and of the hearth, and it is clear I seek time to “go in,” not to go out. Even now in early afternoon, the fire […]

Talking about Ourselves

Recently, I was tagged by Evelyn Rodriguez to share five things about myself others don’t know. I had been tagged previously, however, and had already responded. But thinking about Evelyn’s tag somehow reminded me of another disclosure “game” I once played. Here’s how it worked: five people sat together in a circle with a facilitator. […]