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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.

Recent Posts

Aug. 20, 2010 10:30 pm
What happens when we are really upset about something? Our minds become a swirling tempest and it’s hard to focus on what we are intending to do. We might also get into trouble — saying things that shouldn’t come out of our mouths or taking rash actions that could crash our careers. Because being able to handle our negative emotions is so important, Jean Ramsey and I devoted most of Chapter 3 to...  Read More
Aug. 11, 2010 2:56 am
Sunday, May 1, 2011 was National Lemonade Day , an event designed to teach entrepreneurial skills to children. A few weeks before, Morgan, age 6, wrote us as her grandparents to ask us to invest $12.00 in her lemonade business. With the aid of her father, she was going to set up a lemonade stand and sell lemonade on that date. Her grandfather sent the check immediately. A couple of weeks...  Read More
Aug. 7, 2010 12:25 am
Preface: In Jean Ramsey's and my book, Reframing Change , we explain how to test your assumptions at the interpersonal level. Bill Brenneman, today's guest blogger, specializes in helping work teams identify and test assumptions that may cause severe, even life-threatening, situations. In this post, Bill provides an introduction to his rigorous field of work. ...  Read More
Aug. 3, 2010 9:07 pm
In the previous post , we met Tracy who is having a hard time getting along with Sasha. As Tracy complained to her partner, “how am I supposed to work on a charity event with someone who has nothing to say and has such a superior attitude?” The response today is by Sandra Lopez, a licensed clinical social worker and consultant. ...  Read More
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