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what role do you play in the team?

one of the questions i was asked yesterday was what role I typically play within a team. i gave a long-winded and truthful answer about sitting back and observing skills, experience, and dynamic, and taking on the role that i most need to play; believing in the concept of collaborative leadership; summarizing it all by saying “so all that to say, it depends.” 85 more words

The Enemy of Agility is Ego

Over the years I have discovered that the more I learn on any subject the more I come to realize that I know very little, it doesn’t seem to matter how much I study or how much I learn, the awareness of scope of my ignorance grows far faster.  930 more words

Agile Coach

Food for Thought: Contributing to Effective Team Dynamics

Being part of a team as a certified athletic trainer is not simple. It can be a challenge to feel as though you “fit in” to the whole of a team when your career field is not represented in great numbers. 2,998 more words

Sports Medicine

Matt Neal grabs first BTCC pole for new Honda!

Matt Neal grabbed pole position for the first of three Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship races at Thruxton with a time of 1.15.612. Neal was just over two tenths quicker than Colin Turkington who put in his best ever lap around Thruxton. 617 more words


Running with the Buffaloes

Running with the Buffaloes is an excellent running book written by Chris Lear, and describes the 1998 season of the CU: Boulder cross country team. There are plenty of running books out there, but very few capture the true essence of what it’s like to be a part of a cross country team. 641 more words

30 Day Blog

Thank you Westwood youth volunteers!

A Sunday afternoon is often a time for lazing around. Not yesterday!

I was blessed to work through the MBTI with a group of energetic youth leaders! 18 more words


Camp Assiniboia and the MBTI!

Thank you Camp Assiniboia!

I had the priviledge of spending a day with the camp leadership team as they learned more about themselves and how they get along. 552 more words