My avatar taught me an important lesson. Sometimes we can’t control how we “show up” !
In a nutshell, Appreciative inquiry is the process of hearing and acknowledging another person and the facts and emotions they expressed. However theory is great but here’s a musical prompt to help us appreciate the this theory. Listen as The Louisville Leopard Percussionists model this practice into action as they play Jon Baptiste’s “I need You” at their recent concert.
Quarrelsome Lane in Queens, New York serves as a great reminder about what can happen when we get stuck in a bad communication dynamic. Sometimes we don’t remember why we ended up at this communication impasse and why our behavior choices have us revisiting the same well-trodden route and results.
I have often said that managing change can be a lot like traveling across Queens, New York In the following ways
St. Patrick’s Day and the Power of “Mixing Things Up!”
Effective Story Sharing Can Improve Communications “If you’ve heard this story before, don’t stop me, because I’d like
It’s important to put yourself in the “interviewer’s seat” when preparing for your interview. Think about their expectations and concerns.