The Gift of Innovation

The Gift of Innovation

Happy Holidays! This blog is a seasonal catch-up letter for my old clients, fans, friends, and family but I wanted make it a useful gift as well, and so I will tell my MAYA story in a way that answers […]

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Workplace Strategy Wars: the battle for turf

Workplace Strategy Wars: the battle for turf

Most wars in history are a contest between only two factions, but there have been a few cases that involved three distinct competitors, each battling the other two. Examples from the last hundred years include the war in Bosnia that […]

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Teaming in an Outrigger Canoe

Teaming in an Outrigger Canoe

“Get your mind back in the boat” our steersman shouted as we pulled together out into the open ocean, and I refocus as she has requested but not for long. I can’t help it. There are so many teaming and […]

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Lessons on Diversity from a Six Year Old

Lessons on Diversity from a Six Year Old

My husband’s family heritage is Norwegian. Mine is English. We moved to San Diego a few months ago and our six year old son Miles is being exposed to a much more diverse group of people here. The very blond […]

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The place of memory

The place of memory

I was happily running my behavioral strategy consulting business in Phoenix Arizona when up popped a Linkedin message from a recruiter asking if I would be interested in a position that they were looking to fill. I had lived in […]

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