Monthly Archives: October 2011

Intercultural Competencies for Global Leaders


Globalization has created a culturally diverse and interconnected world.  Individuals and organizations are faced with challenging demands and increased complexity.  To make sense of and lead effectively in today’s’ world, individuals need to master core competencies, especially as they face … Continue reading

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Facing the great inevitable


Steve Jobs, founder of Apple died on Wednesday.  In 2005, in his commencement speech at Stanford he shared candidly about death: “Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs, Apple founder remembered


Steve Jobs, founder of Apple died today at age 56.  He was described as a visionary, a creative genius and an amazing human being. During his lifetime, he changed the world. Mashable.com shares a series of videos remembering Jobs 10 … Continue reading

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7 Weeks to 100 Push-Ups Challenge


Living well includes good health.  That requires healthy eating and also consistent exercise.  I was encouraged by the comments from The Nines online conference for leaders to take care of their physical body.  I have been doing this for several … Continue reading

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