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Chris Comeaux

When the student is Ready, the Teacher appears

Recently, I watched the film Kung Fu Panda 2 with my family. At the beginning of the movie there is a scene where the Panda’s sensei catches a rain drop on his hand while doing Tai Chi. He wields it, moves with it, flows with it, and brings the rain drop gently, with fluidity, down to a blade of grass, letting it roll off the tip of his finger. Finally, the blade of grass ever-so-lightly bends, and the rain drop rolls off and is absorbed into the water of a pond.   

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

Recently in TCN Talks podcast, I interviewed Christine Lau, RN, LCSW, APHSW-C, about the...

The Tone at the Top

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

Introducing you to our podcast TCNtalks

The audience for our TCNtalks podcasts is wide ranging as the sessions will appeal to hospice,...

Radical Times Require Radical Self-Care

What is going on with our dedicated healthcare workers?  Have you spoken with anyone who works...

The Speed of TCN

Years ago, I had a PowerPoint slide that had these cool dials on it and the animation would make...

The Simulator – the Benefits of Real-Time Roleplay

A few weeks ago, we conducted our fall TCN Leadership Immersion Course. We were thrilled to have...

How to be a “Zoom Rockstar”

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

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

Several years ago, I wrote a blog on the rhythms of life. It was the collective wisdom I have...

The Knowing Mode vs. The Learning Mode

You may have seen our tribute to Dr. Lee Thayer several weeks back. We were honored to give an...