Navigating “In Between”

By Jim Neudorf A job posting had come up and I was pursuing it.  The process was going like it was supposed to:  a strong resume, my networking was connecting, the telephone interview went well and led to the in-person interview.  Everything was fitting together for a...

Eight Things to Love About Change

By Verdeen Bueckert Dan wrote of an intense experience with leading change in the last blog – here’s another perspective! Three years ago, I was handed a frightening assignment. An extensive change initiative in my unit at Foothills hospital had stalled, and it...

Navigating Dangerous Curves

By Dr. Dan Reinhardt Surviving the Highway of Death The North Yungas Road in Bolivia used to be known as the highway of death. Hundreds of people went over the edge every year. Mid-life can also be dangerous. Somewhere in the second half of the journey there is a...

Who Moved My Sweet Spot?

By Verdeen Bueckert Ah, the sweet spot. If you’re in it, you know it. You work with passion, build, innovate, move the organization forward and inspire others to join you. You love doing this! Sweet spots are the midlife reward for years of hanging in there to develop...

Why it’s good to feel a bit disoriented at midlife

By Dr. Dan Reinhardt At CREST we’ve been working with midlife leaders for ten years. Studying midlife … teaching … dialoguing … coaching … experiencing the journey ourselves. Paying fierce attention to midlife matters has helped us develop clarity around this issue. ...
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