Tuesday Morning Focal Point
Month: Month: September 2016

Tuesday Morning Focal Point – September 27, 2016 – Breaking the Barrier

September 27,2016
Late last week I was with an executive who is running a vibrant and growing family business.  As we were in conversation, I paused to reflect to and with him regarding the change and the difference I see in him and how he talks about the business compared with when we first began our business […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – September 20, 2016 – Leading Change

September 21,2016
Yesterday I was in Yellowknife, NWT.  My colleague and I spent the afternoon working with a team of about 20 individuals in a large meeting space in a corporate building.  Shortly after two o’clock in the afternoon, the power went out in the building we were in.  This necessitated the entire group evacuating the building […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – September 13, 2016 – World Suicide Prevention Day

September 14,2016
This past Saturday we honored World Suicide Prevention Day.  As a survivor of suicide loss of an immediate family member, this day is particularly important to me.  Suicide is a significant reality in Canada, with almost 4,000 Canadians dying as a result of suicide each year.  This is 4,000 too many! Mental Health, Workplace Wellness […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – September 6, 2016 – Give Something Free

September 6,2016
Several weeks ago I was in Edinburgh Scotland, walking down the Royal Mile, the famous road that goes between Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.  It is a great street, full of fantastic shops, restaurants and pubs, which of course are terrific but very much “touristy.” It happened to be that while I was […]
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