Category Archives: FeedForward

Dear Yet to be Born Grandchildren

Greetings from the past! One of the greatest thinkers in my field (and in my time) was a man named Peter Drucker. I am very lucky. I got to spend a lot of time with Peter. He always encouraged people … Continue reading

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How to Learn the Truth About Yourself

To find out how you come across at work, check in with the people at home. by Marshall Goldsmith Remember the character Gordon Gekko in the movie Wall Street? Michael Douglas won an Oscar for his portrayal of this rude, larcenous … Continue reading

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Questions That Make a Difference Every Day

My colleague, Andrew Thorn, taught me this fascinating daily-questions process and tried it out on me. Since then, I have been using it with my good friend, Jim Moore, (former CLO of Sun Microsystems). Both Jim and I have been … Continue reading

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Seeing Ourselves as Others Do

Can you see in yourself what others see in you, or do you see in others what you don’t want to see in yourself? by Marshall Goldsmith In the early ’70s, as a PhD student at the University of California, … Continue reading

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Feed It Forward

I have observed more than 50,000 leaders from around the world as they participated in a fascinating experiential exercise, in which I ask participants to play two roles. In one role, they provide “FeedForward“: They give another participant suggestions and … Continue reading

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