Trevor Noah, Donald Trump, and Radical Empathy

I love the Daily Show – always have. In the 12 years since I have let go of my a cable subscription (and any other broadcast television) it is the TV show I have followed most consistently. Rarely have I seen a program that is so funny and entertaining and, at the same time, mindful

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Vulnerability, Trust and Penguins

If you have ever seen a waddle of penguins (and yes, that is the technical term for a group of penguins on land) on an ice flow, right before they jump in the water, you might have noticed something interesting. The penguins will all line up on the edge of the ice flow, bumping into

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How To Handle Conflicts – A Quick Roadmap

In the course of human interaction conflict is inevitable. Add the pressures and transient nature of a consulting engagement and the opportunities for conflict increase significantly. In my experience there are two factors that contribute to the mismanagement of conflict: (1) Most people are deeply afraid of conflict and generally fail to address it head

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