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I’ve made it my life’s work to create the right environment for cultures to flourish. I’ve been a student of designing change for more than twenty-five years. During that time and through trial and error, I’ve learned what works when you’re setting the stage for productive conversations, organizational change, and building community.

Now I’d love to share that knowledge with you. I look forward to adding free resources in the coming months to help you with the amazing work you’re doing in your own organizations. Until then, please enjoy the initial installments!

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In this three-part series, I’ve provided personal questions for you and prompts for your team to help you take an essential year-end pause for reflection and future planning. In this final installment ...

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If you read part one of my three-part series, you know I shared self-reflection questions from Getting Things Done by author David Allen. Now I’m listing questions for you and your team below ...

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Every year, I encourage my clients to answer a series of questions that help them pause and reflect. Regularly pausing, reflecting, and planning is essential for our mental well-being, personal ...

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Identifying common cognitive distortions is an important first step in training managers and employees about how to navigate these behaviors with others. Here is a list of the ten most common ...

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How we talk to ourselves has an impact on how we show up in the world. Tina explores how and why, and some questions to ask yourself so you can better choose your words—and in so doing choose your life.

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Meeting agendas provide a checklist of what needs to be addressed. Meeting designs foster creativity, openness, and true collaboration. Here's how to design your next meeting.