Monthly Archives: April 2016

React or Respond

Responding to the Task  Do you react or respond to an outcome?  Most people react, I think.  A golfer hits a bad shot that goes in the water.  It’s likely the player will react with negative emotion, especially disgust.  A … Continue reading

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Me? A Director

A  Director’s Job  You don’t have to understand electricity to turn on a light, or understand web conferencing platforms to virtually attend meetings. But, “. . . that’s always been an option. You can just use the tool without understanding … Continue reading

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Useless Meetings . . .

“Meeting Season” is . . . ongoing Nominating Committee meetings, Club Executive Committee meetings, Contest . . . So many meetings. We’re tempted to ask, are any of them necessary? Are some useful? If we must attend a meeting, what … Continue reading

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