Tag Archives: Authenticity

Innovation Chief of Clowns

Innovation is a “seriously serious” and deliberate matter. Tons has been written, discussed, and debated on how to excite, tickle and grow that thirst for inside out creative and different kind of thinking. But while Fast Company’s Innovation Uncensored event … Continue reading

Binders Full Of Women

You know the definition of a social error, faux pas, gaffe: inadvertent, unintentional and unfiltered blurt. It happened – again – during the last presidential debate, and now the rest is history and a useful lesson in public speaking, self-control and … Continue reading

We Are All Olympians

With all eyes on the London Olympics – practically two thirds of the planet are watching – we have never been more connected in our cultural disconnect. In a manner of speaking, we are all Olympians – OK, couch Olympians, … Continue reading

Failing To Notice

  Could not resist mischievous endearing Albert this morning. This was the moment I finally noticed: “Because we fail to notice that we fail to notice there is little we can do until we notice.” Having not been my usual … Continue reading

Care And Pretend

I am drowning in care and caring. Why is it that “care,” the essence of a compassionate and deep human emotion, has been reduced to an empty word used in all kinds of transactional exchanges? Health care, medical care, customer … Continue reading

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