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We Were Friends, Now I Am Your Leader, Now What?

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Apr 30, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Recently in TCN Talks podcast, I interviewed Christine Lau, RN, LCSW, APHSW-C, about the challenge of going from a peer to the leader of a team.  Watch podcast here.  What follows is a blog from me and then Christine will follow with a blog of her own on this timely topic.

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Topics: Leadership, Leader Continuum

The Tone at the Top

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Mar 19, 2021 4:45:00 PM

When I was a young auditor in my first job out of college, I had great mentor and managing partner.

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Topics: Tone of a leader, Influencer

Introducing you to our podcast TCNtalks

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Feb 17, 2021 5:58:27 PM

The audience for our TCNtalks podcasts is wide ranging as the sessions will appeal to hospice, palliative care, and other serious illness professionals of all levels!

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Topics: Serious Illness, TCN Talks Podcast

Radical Times Require Radical Self-Care

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Jan 13, 2021 3:01:12 PM

What is going on with our dedicated healthcare workers?  Have you spoken with anyone who works in healthcare lately?  Now that we are 10 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, with cases currently on the rise, we see healthcare workers literally walking off shifts and not returning, looking for non-patient care positions, or walking away from the profession all together. If you really want to tick them off, call them a “healthcare hero”, they are pretty tired of that.

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Topics: Crisis Leadership, Self Care, Health Care Workers

The Speed of TCN

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Dec 15, 2020 9:15:00 AM

Years ago, I had a PowerPoint slide that had these cool dials on it and the animation would make the dials move. I would use this slide as a metaphor that as a leader you can create the pace and speed of your team, just like adjusting the dials on your vehicle.  

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Topics: Leadership Systems, The Leadership System

The Simulator – the Benefits of Real-Time Roleplay

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Nov 4, 2020 10:16:54 AM

A few weeks ago, we conducted our fall TCN Leadership Immersion Course. We were thrilled to have over 80 leaders from six states participating, and their engagement level was off the charts. Due to COVID, as with most trainings and meetings, we pivoted to Zoom for the conference, which made the engagement level even more impressive given the virtual nature, in addition to the fact that the training took place over three consecutive days.

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Topics: Leadership Systems, Zoom, Simulations

How to be a “Zoom Rockstar”

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Oct 14, 2020 7:00:00 AM

Do you remember back a long, long time ago when a phone call was pretty much how you got things done? 

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Topics: Communication, Zoom

How to Manage Work / Life Blend During COVID (and probably afterwards)

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Aug 31, 2020 8:08:56 AM

Several years ago, I wrote a blog on the rhythms of life. It was the collective wisdom I have harvested over the years from mentors, books, and daily living about how to have a better “work - life balance”. 

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Topics: Rhythms of Life, Getting Things Done, Covid-19, Work / Life Blend, Rules of the Road

The Knowing Mode vs. The Learning Mode

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Jul 31, 2020 9:18:02 AM

You may have seen our tribute to Dr. Lee Thayer several weeks back. We were honored to give an ode to him and his work as he passed on from this world. For many of us in TCN, Dr. Thayer had a great impact on our lives and our learning and development as leaders.

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Topics: Knowing Mode, Learning Mode, Paradigm Shift

You Can’t Get the Fruits Without the Roots

Posted by Chris Comeaux on Jul 2, 2020 6:23:43 AM

 

NoFruitsWithoutRoots

While shopping at Lowe’s this weekend I noticed something I had looked over many times before. I was shopping for blueberry and raspberry bushes for our farm. Have you ever noticed the tags on the bushes depicting the fruit growing on the tree? This is brilliant marketing.

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