Monthly Archives: March 2013

Above all courage…

Do you have a favorite historical figure?  I have several.   People who loomed larger than life in their time and created extraordinary change.  Some had the assigned power to direct that change.  Others learned to develop a voice and a … Continue reading

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Nonprofit Ownership….

The concept of nonprofit organizations has evolved through decades of design and political debate.  The voluntary organizations of the Civil War were important to the era and to citizen involvement in change that swept across the country.  And through the … Continue reading

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Thinking Spring!

The early signs of spring are starting to appear!  Oh I know there’s still some snow on the ground, and the temperatures haven’t reached ‘sweater weather’ quite yet.  But this week marks the return of daylight savings time! The vernal … Continue reading

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Continuous Learning

“In the long run, the only sustainable competitive advantage is your organization’s ability to learn faster than the competition.”   Peter Senge It’s a basic employment skill in today’s world.  Each of us must embrace continuous learning or quickly fall behind … Continue reading

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