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Do You See Prison Bars or the Stars?

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Do any of you hear two imaginary voices, one seemingly on each shoulder offering opposing messages? I do. One is a positive message of hope and possibility and the other is of negative discouragement.

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Gary - insightful article. Thank you. I am particularly interested in your thoughts about how to work with the people who "fear the consequences of knowing the truth." In those cases, the organization should be looking at data as pointing to opportunity (future) rather than to shortcomings (present). But those who are on the line with a part of the business where the truth may not be 100% pretty may demonstrate fear and/or resistance. Do you have any thoughts on how to best work with that contingent?
Posted by Ben Q | Thursday, March 06 2014 at 8:41AM ET
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