Monthly Archives: March 2014

IDENTITY: MINE, YOURS, THEIRS, OURS

Last week I had the opportunity to travel, meet interesting and generous people, have great conversations and listen to compelling stories on the topic of identity. My identity, for example, is probably typical of the times we live in: I was born in Guatemala, raised in the United States, returned to my home country and left

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ON TIME, TUNNELS, AND LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS

During my frequent conversations with managers, executives and business owners, on the state of leadership in their organizations, a recurrent challenge faced by most is the lack of time. Everyone appears to be busier than ever, struggling to complete lengthy task lists, appointments, and calls, while running daily operations. Who has time for strategic thinking

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