MOR alums offer perspective on leading change. Know thyself, always leading and our response to change, and practical tips from quality management.
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Cooperative advantages are positive benefits of deep and meaningful connection, consensus-building, and the facilitation of dialog.
Today we hear from three MOR alums - Evelyn Griffith, Julie Traxler, and Vania McBean on valuing the gifts of others.
How do we reduce our professional distance and better understand the whole person so that we can build our ability to lead?
Today we feature personal reflections of multiple MOR alums, woven together around a common topic of empathy and self-care.
THANK YOU to everyone who provided feedback on Tuesday Readings. A key theme we saw is approaching our leadership journey with a growth mindset.
In February, 2020, we sought feedback from the audience of MOR Tuesday Readings. This posting synthesizes the results of that feedback.
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is by Dr. David Sweetman, MOR Associates Leadership Coach and Consultant. David may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.]
In my experience coaching, teaching, and leading, one of the greatest limits to our potential are self-defeating assumptions. In the words of the great automotive pioneer Henry Ford, Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.
New roles and your feedback on [Tuesday Reading] please
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is by Dr. David Sweetman, MOR Associates Leadership Coach and Consultant. David will be facilitating Tuesday Readings moving forward. David may be reached at email@example.com]