Posts Categorized: Leadership

Reflective Accountability With The Gameboard

Reflective accountability is a term you may not have heard before. We were looking for a way to describe the personal experience of having a gameboard within a Supernova practice. Accountability arrives preloaded with meaning: responsibility, maturity, integrity and so on. Reflection is how accountability grows, collectively and individually. No one can force a person… Read more »

Long Line, Short Line

“If you have to stand in a long line to get it, you are probably in the wrong line!” I heard this said when I lived in Texas in the late 1980s. I don’t remember who said it but it is still with me after 25 plus years. Normally, this phrase is attached to investing…. Read more »

Ted Boots 1937-2008

Ted Boots was remembered by his family, friends and the Indianapolis community on February 20, 2008.  Ted’s family shared him with Merrill Lynch for over 42 years. I had the honor of speaking on behalf of Merrill Lynch at his Memorial Service. These are the things I didn’t get to say. Ted was extremely competitive yet very… Read more »

Setting SMART Goals

What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? Supernova teams incorporates business planning into their model and continually tweak it to keep up with current conditions. They plan an annual two day meeting, 4 quarterly 1/2 day meetings, a weekly 1 hour meetings and daily 10 minute stand up meetings to create, customize… Read more »