A panel moderator posed that question to me, my fellow panelists and others at a recent conference on sustainability. He then looked right at me and said, “Nancy, that’s what you do, right? Change companies for a living?”
I was so taken aback that I can’t even recall my response. I am certain, however, that it was not, “Yes, I change companies for a living.”
Why did his question bother me so much? Read more . . .
What I’m reading . . .
Re-reading two that have been out for over 10 years, but super relevant for the multiple client team retreats I’m preparing to lead in January . . . from Patrick Lencioni, Death by Meeting and Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Easy reads that share loads of lessons in a fable format. Always more to get from these books.
What I’m celebrating . . .
The amazing leaders CSR Communications has been fortunate to support this year.
From ending hunger to improving lives of children and families across the U.S.; from transforming the legal profession through increasing diversity in legal education to linking resources to communities in southeast Michigan, we celebrate the difference our clients make and thank them for letting us play a small role in expanding their impact. Thank you . . . Annie E. Casey Foundation, Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, Congressional Hunger Center, DC Public Library Foundation, Early Mountain Vineyards, Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership (HOBY), Maddox Foundation, Metro Solutions, Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation, Temple University College of Public Health, Thunderbird for Good/Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University, University of Baltimore Law School/Fannie Angelos Program, and Voice of the People.