Individual & Organizational Identity: Who Are You & Who Are We?

Photo taken by Melissa at Powder Mountain, Utah, at a Summit Event, November 2017: “Two Reflections”

There it was. I had been at this event for about four minutes. “Barbara,” as I saw printed in big letters on her name tag, stood waiting for my answer.

Did we have to go there so soon? Can’t we talk about something more fun and less serious for a minute?

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