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Our correspondence is ALWAYS confidential.

How a group creates collaboration as a typical group behavior takes careful planning with leadership and that planning process, and all the conversations and correspondence necessary to do that, have to be confidential. You see me smiling in my picture but I will tell you (as others will also) that I take my work very seriously. When a group fails to collaborate bad things are happening to good people and from my perspective its needless suffering. I find the suffering that results from bad things happening to good people very disturbing, so I am motivated to help the change. That change requires careful planning and careful planning requires confidentiality.

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I had the honor and pleasure of working both for and with Bob Donaldson from 1986 until 2006. Bob brought qualities such as clarity, focus, objectivity and equitable treatment of those working for and with him on the teams he led. I learned a great deal from him about how to manage and lead. I was consistently impressed with his ability to navigate the complexities of multi-disciplinary projects involving lots of people with a wide variety of expertise while keeping the overall project on time and within budget parameters. As a Minister and spiritual leader, I have come to appreciate Bob’s more subtle qualities as well. Developing collaborative strategies requires “keeping one’s head while all about are losing theirs.” For many years I witnessed Bob’s remarkable ability to do just that.
Reverend C. Michael Woodstock