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How safe spaces help to manage risk in corporate

This article was printed in Business Weekly of Reading Eagle. It explores how corporate may use safe spaces to encourage risk taking and innovation.

Lead Your Team To Win

The Stitches that Bind Us

I wrote recently about attending a poetry reading by Jennifer Hetrick, about workers.

This is a follow up, regarding Jennifer’s interview with me for the Reading Eagle. 98 more words

Art Quilts

In A Pickle

When you find yourself in a pickle what that means is that you’ve found yourself in a position where you don’t know what to do, and where whatever you decide to do, you will probably have to deal with some unpleasant consequences. 494 more words

Idioms From The 16th Century

The Truth is Out There?

August 12, 2015

Our local paper, The Reading Eagle, recently ran a column on trustworthiness in the news[1].

The columnist, Andy Andrews, mused about recent developments raising substantial questions about the reliability of “news” on the Internet. 196 more words

Competitive Intelligence

Calling Shotgun

Calling shotgun is, in many ways, no different than calling first dibs.

In the January 17, 2006 edition of the Reading Eagle, Devin Cremer (who, at the time, was a junior at Twin Valley High School in Reading, Pennsylvania) discussed what the article called, “ 810 more words

Idioms From The 20th Century

Paul J. Hungerford, father or son?

Can a City Directory entry confirm a death date?

Let’s take a look at one case where the death date was attributed to the father instead of the son and there was no way of confirming the information. 595 more words