On the Cutting Edge of Change

Leadership Lessons: Take “Difference” out of Diversity

HUH? You say. Diversity is difference. What else is there? Diversity management means having a rainbow culture with lots of people from different races, gender, ages, and ways of thinking and being. Isn’t that what diversity is all about? NOT QUITE... read more →

Gentle Leadership: Thank You Pete Seeger

How do you measure the weight of a human life? What really matters? That is the key question for all of us. What really matters? Pete Seeger is an example of what the words decent and dedicated look like in action... read more →

Leadership and freedom

This is the 40th anniversary of “Free to Be You and Me”, an amazing group of songs to help children see the possibilities of life without gender restrictions and fear. They are as fresh and real today as ever. The.. read more →

Cat and Mouse Becomes a Different Game

We so under-utilize our resources, human and animal. This gentle man shows us what can be done with care and dare. “No”, he says, “the dog, cat, and rat are not attached with Velcro but with intention and appreciation.” They.. read more →

Leadership Development: Moments that Make a Difference

Yesterday I commented on a blog about the extreme religious right in Israel. I mentioned a defining moment when my daughter Mikayla, then sixteen, was spat upon by a very “pious” young man as we were waiting for a bus.. read more →

How Old is Old Enough?

Last night I watched a film that is still haunting me. There is so much trash out there and so little that I can recommend to those in our Total Leadership Connections program that shows how family, culture, and crises.. read more →

Making Resolutions for a Brighter World

  There are so many excellent projects for us to make a difference in 2012.   I believe nothing is more important that how we as women take a stand for bringing the next generation into our world.   Population.. read more →

CARE/DARE and Do It Differently

  Flying from one trapeze to the next means letting go for that brief moment when all there is is you and the air. Then in the blink of an eye the steady steel of the other trapeze is thankfully.. read more →

Leadership Strategies: Is “Change is Commin’” True?

Had a meeting in Manhattan and stayed to see “Memphis”. It was a rocking good show, worth the time and the money. The Tony award musical is set in the blandest of times, the 1950’s. Actually, I stand corrected. It.. read more →

Leadership Development: Breaking the Mold with Giants and Glee

  San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy refers to his team, now getting ready for the World Series as a “bunch of misfits.” Huh? They played super ball in their series against the Phillies. Misfits?   Switch to Glee, the.. read more →