Author Archives: Andrew Cohn

Moving Through Cross-Functional Mindset Differences on Work Teams—Starting the Conversation

I think that most of the important work that is done in organizations these days is done by teams. Even if people are not all sitting together in a room working simultaneously, their work is shared with others, revised, edited, … Continue reading

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Balancing Personal Accountability with Compassion – Part 2

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to facilitate a conversation on “Balancing Personal Accountability with Compassion” at the Wisdom 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. The experience was at the same time encouraging, engaging, and informative.  I appreciate the … Continue reading

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Balancing Accountability with Compassion

Whenever I start to write about leadership or qualities of leadership, I hear the voices of many colleagues and clients who have diverse (and sometimes opposing) opinions. Although leadership means (many) different things to different people, one thing I think … Continue reading

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