Monthly Archives: November 2011

Seven Steps for Strengthening Your Personal Foundation

by Daniel Martinage As an executive coach, one of the most common areas my clients seek support and guidance on is improving their leadership abilities. How we interact with and lead people is unquestionably one our most critical attributes. The … Continue reading

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Making Group Decisions – Six Options

by Jane Haskell As you know, one of the primary functions of groups is to make decisions. We have a problem → we need to change something → we need a decision. This is easier said than done, at times. … Continue reading

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Difficult Volunteer Behaviors- What’s Behind It and How Do You Deal With It?

by Jen Lobely As we near Thanksgiving, one of the things I am thankful for is the fact that I don’t have to deal with difficult volunteers on a daily or even weekly basis. Thankfully it is rare that I … Continue reading

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