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Work Allies Help You Orchestrate Your Success

This weekend I attended the Oregon Symphony’s season opening with the premier performance of a young local composer’s work called “Chamber Music”. Katherine Balch, the composer, was asked why she called a large orchestral work “Chamber Music”. She explained that the wonderful experience of performing music with friends in a small venue has always been her […]

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Difference Between You and Your New Leaders

I have been interviewing new and established leaders about developing leadership qualities in new leaders. Here are some of the things I learned from these discussions: Established Leaders Young, New Leaders Young leaders are entitled Feel are expected to know everything Would like to see a desire to ask for help Are reluctant to look […]

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Uncover the Micromanager in You

I have the good fortune to have humorous friends who do not let me take myself too seriously. Last weekend a friend and I went on a local food drive fundraising walk. Time didn’t seem to matter at all to the organizers. Registration was advertised to start at noon, it started closer to one. The […]

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