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#metoo–We Have to Talk About the Nuance by

I feel really mixed feelings about #metoo. Another colleague told me this week about her relief and gratitude at the #metoo phenomenon for bringing into the light of day the chronic gender harassment and bias women experience from men. And … Continue reading

Suicide and Mental Health: What Role Does Workplace Play? by

Conversations around the coffee machine at work rarely turn to our mental health and wellness. Yet I have had at least 6 business clients in the last 10 years who have had an employee suicide during my time with them. … Continue reading

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The Virtue of Consistency by

Is the leadership value of consistency and steadiness a myth, or is it rooted in some data that shows that organizations are better off when run by leaders who take a methodical, steady, strategic approach to guiding the entity? We … Continue reading

September Update by

The warmth of Paella at a lovely saturday market in Port Townsend, WA epitomizes for me the delight of the changing of the seasons from summer to autumn. September came and went for our firm quickly. The onset of Fall represents … Continue reading

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Priceless Passion by

Are you passionate about your work? For me, “passionate” refers to being compelled and driven to do my best work. At its best, my passion makes my work feel like fun. At it’s worst, it can become an obsession that … Continue reading

June Update by

Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning to dance in the rain. -Vivian Greene   June was a warm month in Bend: new growth took off early in the month and, as the sun … Continue reading

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May Update by

May always feels like a transition month to us at Moementum: winter starts to let loose it’s grip while summer warmth creeps in and clients start moving into summer vacation mode. In trickle the conference RFP’s. Our work with a … Continue reading

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Eight Attitude Hacks That Make Receiving Feedback Easier by

Feedback is difficult in most organizations, yet it’s labeled a “soft skill” as if they were easy. If it’s are so soft, then why do so middle and senior leaders say giving feedback is one of the hardest parts of their jobs? While … Continue reading

Self-Awareness Tools by

“Do all the good you can, in all the ways you can, to all the souls you can, in every place you can, at all the times you can, with all the zeal you can, as long as ever you can.” … Continue reading

After Cancer by

We write blogs regularly as a means of advancing our work in the realms of culture, leadership, team and strategy. We also try to share our relevant personal insights when it feels right (for people who might be interested.) For … Continue reading

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