It’s a very busy time here at FHO. I am always traveling, but these next 3 weeks will be a beast as I head to Twin Falls, Idaho this week, followed by Misawa AFB in Japan, and then Portland, OR, with less than 24 hours at home between each trip. So until I am back home for good (and when I say for good, I mean a week) on November 10th, please bear with me as I try to figure out what time zone I’m in. If I don’t respond to your emails as quickly as usual, just know that I will get to them. Promise.
Some interesting stuff on my twitter feed and in my in-box lately. A lot of business-y things, but the core ideas have real relevance to the work we do, so I include those along with the other more obviously related stuff. Here’s what I’ve been reading since last we spoke:
How to Let Your Purpose Find You (Harvard Business Review)
In wake of rape, troops in Japan face curfew (Navy Times)
A Disturbing Spree of Attacks Against Afghan Women (The Atlantic)
Cuddle Your Kid! (NY Times)
The New New Medicine (The Health Care Blog)
And because in the Sustainability project we hear a lot about the challenges of working for managers who aren’t effective AND the challenges of being a manager when you never wanted to be one, 2 related articles from Fast Company:
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