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Smarter not Harder

You’ve probably heard the story or even experienced yourself, the golfer who steps up to the tee box and hits a terrible hook shot straight out of bounds. Frustrated and perhaps embarrassed, he reaches into his pocket, tees up another ball and again, hits another hook shot left and out of bounds. Now angry and determined, he walks back to his bag, gets another ball, tees it up again, and...

More on Trust

Following our last blog we’ve been asked to expand on trust and why it is important both in relationships within the organization and relationships externally with customers and suppliers. As we suggested in the last blog, to best succeed in gaining relationships of trust, we must operate in ways that seek to achieve the greatest mutual benefit for all involved. But, like promises and...

In Trust we Trust

Agendas grow out of motive and intent. So, when motives and intentions are not open and transparent to all involved, “hidden agendas” inevitably develop. These hidden agendas are often buried or disguised within the subtext or context of the situation. This tendency to camouflage motives is a human condition and prevalent in all situations where more than one human being is...

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