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Archive for March 2015

Working with Lummi Nation

Tommorrow I will be working with Lummi Nation Department on how to use Four Agreements to deal with customer service issues. On our way up here my wife and I saw 8 eagles which was awesome. This is a small group I will be working with but I am looking forward to going into more…

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Ethics for Tribal Organizations

A day does not go by that we don’t hear about unethical practices by Tribal organizations. Some common examples are theft, lying about time sheets, conflicts of interests and using Tribal politics as an abuse of power.. Of course Tribe and Native American organizations are not alone in this matter you see it in every…

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6th Law of Power: Court Attention at all Costs

Everything is judged by its appearance: what is unseen counts for nothing. Never let yourself get lost in the crowd, then, or buried in oblivion. Make yourself a magnet of attention by appearing larger, more colorful, more mysterious, than the bland and timid masses. Some of us like to play it small and not take…

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Accountability in the Workplace

It is so easy to blame others for whatever is going wrong. However, while it may make you feel good in the short term it does not get you any closer to resolving the issue. In some organizations I work with the blame game is alive and well. All it does is shift the responsibility…

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Happy Spring Everyone: A Time for Renewal

This is spring in the northwest or at least one part of it. In the teachings of the medicine wheel springtime represents a time for renewal. It is a good time to start new projects and activities in your personal life and in your organization. In terms of my personal life I am committed to…

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