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Leadership hack 011 - Rules are for the obedience of fools and the guidance of wise men (and women)

We have rules for a reason.  They keep us safe.  You would not get onto a flight if you knew that the pilot was going ignore the aviation air rules during takeoff or landing.   343 more words

Blog

Retirement blues to opportunities

X’s work recently ended.
He’s 60+.
Some health issues.
The change in daily routine is a challenge. 

Recognize this situation – for yourself or others in your life?

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Personal Development

What is an Ethical Dilemma?

There are three conditions that must be present for a situation to be considered an ethical dilemma.

  1. The first condition occurs in situations when an individual, called the “agent,” must make a decision about which course of action is best.
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Clinical Supervision

Unintended Consequences

I find it somewhat amusing that the term “unintended consequences” has been surfacing in the political discourse of the presidential campaigns.  It has been introduced as a new discovery.  170 more words

General

Department Stores, Shopping Centres, and the Rule of Brands

Department stores are competing hard for more than thirty years to overcome the challenges posed to them by shopping centres and malls. They keep refreshing their interior designs, merchandising and marketing methods to remain relevant, up-to-date, and especially reinvigorated for the younger generations of shoppers. 2,130 more words

Do we know ENOUGH to make an autonomous decision?

Always listen to experts. They’ll tell you what can’t be done, and why. Then do it.”
Robert A. Heinlein, Time Enough for Love…

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Ethics

How can you stop short term choices from crippling long-term value?

As more bad news about Wells Fargo’s practices emerge,  the stain transcends CEO Stumpf’s  reputation. Warren Buffett opted to wait and comment knowing that he himself needs time to sort through his own internal review process. 473 more words

Decision Making