A previous colleague and friend recommended the book HOW to me and put me in touch with a contact at LRN. The gentleman was kind enough to meet with me, and we had an inspiring conversation and he also provided me with a personal signed copy.
The author, Dov Seidman, opens the book […]Continue Reading →
I recently had the opportunity to read the book Complex Adaptive Leadership: Embracing Paradox and Uncertainty by Nick Obolensky. Afterwards, Nick and I chatted about his wisdom on leadership and he was a guest speaker for a knowledge call which I facilitated.
When you think […]Continue Reading →
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