Not Deep Enough

It often seems plain that the problems of organizations are really just the problems of us unwilling to go deep enough. Deep enough into seeing things from others’ perspectives (whether customers or staff or peers) and deep enough into our own “stuff,” as well — the stuff that gets in the way of effective leadership. […]


Blue Hill

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What Are You Called To?

Perhaps there is only one important leadership question: “What are you called to?” Finish that question anyway you like — what are you called to do, what are you called to be? Either way the word, “called,” implies a certain kind of intuitive depth, a certain way of being. So much of the attention seems […]


On Dignity

Of many words that define good relationships with others, such as trust, respect, care and understanding, the word dignity often seems to have a lesser place. Yet what word better defines the need we experience in society today? It is almost taken for granted that we live in a world where people can expect not […]