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Curiosity and Certainty

A lot of us in life are looking for certainty.  We want to be certain about things!  Disappointingly, most of life doesn...

Executive Presence #2

How do you as an executive come across in an organization? Here's what is important to keep in mind. Executive presence ...

Emergent Success News:

Kevin Buck Joins Casa Teresa Board of Directors

Emergent Success Principal, Kevin Buck, was officially confirmed and voted in as the newest member of the Casa Teresa Board this past April 2016. Kevin's role as a Board Member is to provide direction and oversight as the organization continues to grow and impact the local community.

Buck Presents to New Pastors Program

Laguna Hills, CA - (May 13, 2015) - Kevin Buck, Principal of Emergent Success, presented at the New Pastors Program, a training for new pastors and administrators in parishes for the thirteen Catholic archdioceses and dioceses in the state of CA. The topic was Communication – Gender and Culture.

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Cobb leaders: Transit, collaboration needed

MARIETTA — Cobb business and government leaders on Wednesday touted many of the growing county’s successes in economic growth and redevelopment, but highlighted the need for further improvements in the areas of transit and collaboration among cities ...

Shifting the Olympics to a Celebration of Collaborative Leadership

Critical analytical thinking dominated the media coverage leading to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. For example, the media addressed topics such as the polluted water, the Zika virus, and the potential economic disaster Brazil faces as ...

Collaboration Is a Behavior, Not a Technology

She believes that good collaboration can produce creativity (no idea should automatically be discounted), spark innovation, reinforce the social fabric of work, and in the end have the participants feel much better than winning your viewpoint. Leadership ...

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