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Jean Latting
Jean Latting
Leading Consciously 
Dr. Jean Kantambu Latting is a coach, consultant, and educator. As President of Leading Consciously, a leadership development company, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Houston, Jean specializes in helping people capitalize on their strengths so they might better accomplish their goals.
 

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Jun. 25, 2010 10:43 pm
[Note: This post was written at our old URL. We have now moved. If you are reading this, you have gotten on board and arrived with us. Welcome!] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ People get ready, there’s a train a-coming.You don’t need no baggageYou just get on board. Sometime in the next week, this blog...  Read More
Jun. 18, 2010 5:41 pm
Preface: Workplace Undercover is a regular feature of this blog. The scenario below was written by Eillen Bui, our research associate. Responding to this scenario is Stephanie Foy, Project Manager for Leading Consciously and Principal of Foy and Associates. To quickly review Part A : Jeff, a manager, was hard time discussing Kathy's performance with her during her annual review. So far,...  Read More
Jun. 13, 2010 9:43 pm
Preface: Workplace Undercover is a regular feature of this blog. The scenario below was written by Eillen Bui, our research associate. Responding to this scenario is Stephanie Foy, Project Manager for Leading Consciously and Principal of Foy and Associates. ________________________________________________________ The scenario: Kathy was running a little late for her first annual review. She...  Read More
Jun. 11, 2010 12:25 am
About a month ago, I took the Silva workshop on intuition which I had been wanting to do for years. The workshop was excellent, but that’s not what I am writing about now. It was a small group, so at the end of the workshop, the trainer asked each us to say something about ourselves. When it was my turn, I said that my book had just been published and my coauthor and I were developing our...  Read More
Jun. 10, 2010 6:57 am
A few weeks ago, a friend of mine spoke passionately about his opposition to labeling people. We had been talking about differences between Republican and Democratic philosophies, and he objected to the whole concept. Focusing on these differences was, in his mind, “labeling”, and he thought we all should move beyond labels and simply view people as individuals. He certainly didn’t want to be...  Read More
Jun. 5, 2010 4:02 pm
Throughout Reframing Change , Jean Ramsey and I emphasize the importance of maintaining integrity . One of the ways many people, myself included, will go out of integrity is by how we manage time — or more precisely, mismanage it. We promise others or ourselves that we surely will do this or that and then we end up not doing it. We then rationalize our lapse by saying that “time slipped...  Read More
Jun. 5, 2010 4:02 pm
Throughout Reframing Change , Jean Ramsey and I emphasize the importance of maintaining integrity . One of the ways many people, myself included, will go out of integrity is by how we manage time — or more precisely, mismanage it. We promise others or ourselves that we surely will do this or that and then we end up not doing it. We then rationalize our lapse by saying that “time slipped...  Read More
Jun. 1, 2010 2:56 am
Preface: Workplace Undercover will be a recurring segment of this blog, featuring a workplace scenario and a response by a guest consultant. The scenario below was written by Eillen Bui, our research associate. Mary Harlan of Harlan Consulting is guest consultant for this scenario. The scenario: Thomas just began working at XYZ Corporation and still had not met everyone who worked there. ...  Read More
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