Monthly Archives: November 2013

Leadership is Risky Business

Today marks the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination and a reminder to us all that leadership is risky business. John Fitzgerald Kennedy told some Americans things they did not want to hear. Race tensions were escalating and the President … Continue reading

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Desperate for a leader? Look in the mirror.

Times are tough in the conservation arena. I see that employee morale, particularly in the government sector, is in the pit. Work is piling up and  costs are rising. It’s easy to get discouraged, even depressed. Yep, being a conservationist … Continue reading

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Don’t Avoid the Elephant

Have you ever worked with someone who refused to engage with you? Perhaps there was a past disagreement or maybe you’re not even sure what you may have done to hamper the relationship. A friend recently confided that she finds … Continue reading

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