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Perceptions Are a Leader’s Reality

Have you ever caught yourself saying, “that’s not reality, that’s just their perception”? This is a common trap leaders often fall into when receiving personal feedback or reviewing organizational survey data. We judge ourselves by our intentions. Everyone else assesses our leadership effectiveness by our behavior. That’s a highly subjective evaluation based on what others […]

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Thoughts That Make You Go Hmmm from…Joseph Campbell

If you want to ask me how you should live your life, I ask you what is the most meaningful thing to you, your raison d’être (reason for existence), and suggest you ally yourself with that (your bliss). – Joseph Campbell: A Fire in the Mind: The Authorized Biography, Stephen Larsen and Robin Larsen …what […]

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Book Review of “Joseph Campbell: A Fire in the Mind”

As I posted a few years ago in “At What Stage Are You in Your Hero’s Journey?” I drew from Joseph Campbell’s pioneering work on mythology in writing my only work of fiction, Moose on the Table: A Novel Approach to Communications @ Work. Campbell’s life work focused on exploring how religions, philosophies, arts and […]

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Breaking Through the Bull Webcast

This webcast focuses on the issues in Moose on the Table: A Novel Approach to Communications @ Work. Moose on the Table is a great way to open discussion doors and improve communications throughout your organization as people use Pete’s experiences to safely address issues, barriers, and problems. Develop a common language and supportive approach […]

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Moose-on-the-Table

A metaphor describing how many groups avoid dealing with issues everyone knows are present.

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Help TV

Jim Clemmer speaking on workplace communications

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Daytime TV (Kitchener)

Jim stopped by the Daytime studios to discuss moose-on-the-table issues found in the workplace.

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Canada AM

How to tell if your job is right for you and what to do if it's not.

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Breakfast TV (Vancouver)

Jim stopped by BT in BC to discuss Moose on the Table: Communications @ Work

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Working ON the team versus working in the team

Taking time to step back and work on the team and the organization instead of being overwhelmed by working within the team.

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Yield of Dreams

Extensive research in the last few decades on peak performance, leadership, personal effectiveness, adaptability to change, world-class athletes, and even the healing process, clearly shows the central role vision plays in success.

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You Can’t Build a Team or Organization Different from You

We can't build a team or organization that's different from us. Successful team or organization leadership begins with successful self-leadership. The first step in improving my team or organization is improving me.

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Wise Managers Treat Layoffs as Last Resort

Management can be tough, but leadership takes real courage. "Dumbsizing" sometimes provides short-term relief, while hurting companies in the long-term.

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Why Real Leaders Pump Gas

Appreciation of customer and employee perspectives and understanding process from the inside requires leaders to experience things hands-on.

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When Choosing Our Thoughts We Choose Our Future

The beginning point of all our choices is our own thoughts. This is our personal source code that we execute or translate into action. Our thoughts set our programming instructions. Taking responsibility for our choices starts with choosing our thoughts.

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What’s Really Important?

The beginning point of all our choices is our own thoughts. This is our personal source code that we execute or translate into action. Our thoughts set our programming instructions. Taking responsibility for our choices starts with choosing our thoughts.

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Weak Leaders Try to Use Money as a Motivator

Pay gets people to show up for work but money is rarely an effective rallying point for high performance. Concentrate on building a culture of success and forward momentum with lots of recognition and appreciation for everyone's contributions.

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Visioning Harnesses the Power of Our Pictures

The "power of positive pictures" is a skill, habit, and technique often called visioning, imagery, and visualization. It has a power for change, improvement, and energy creation that we're only beginning to understand.

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Values-Based Leadership Has Huge Pay-Offs

Teams and organizations with well-grounded, shared values that are alive and thriving, have much higher than average performance. These leaders, teams and organizations identify and live their core values.

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Two Keys to Adding Values

Designing statements, putting them into action and consistently showing what the organization stands for.

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