Monthly Archives: October 2019

Meta-Time

It’s often the thing needed most but, given how busy we are, it’s the last thing we give time to: evaluating how our time and energies are being used. Are we working on the right stuff? In the right way? Do we have the right people in the room? What is our real status? Our […]

On Transience

Outside my office window the wind comes up in a tree that yesterday had been a single big red bonfire. Now, half the branches are bare, the leaves tossed around and away like bright embers. I’ve missed the photograph I had wanted to take of the full red tree. Meanwhile the lake across the street […]

On Insecurity

A fair number of my clients — managers and executives — at some point in our work together express insecurity. This takes many different forms, from wondering about their value as leaders to worrying they are imposters to a clear avoidance of tough topics or evident conflicts in their relationships. It comes through as a […]