Tuesday, May 15, 2007


None of the work shows ... and then ... one day ...

It is spring, the time when the perennial flowers start poking their heads out of the frozen winter ground. As the world turns green before my eyes, it occurs to me that I've been like those tulips for the past couple of weeks - working hard behind the scenes, but not emerging until now.

I'm on my way in about 90 minutes to my booth at The Best of Organizational Development Summit in Chicago. It's sponsored by Linkage, and is a great place for Bock's Office to unveil our new focus. My partner and I have been planning this event since December, and we're ready to tell the world about our strategic career development ideas.

I'll write more when I get a chance to tell you all about it - and watch for more posts from me again as I pull my head up from this project and focus again on all the ideas running through my head.

After this show I will be getting ready for my trip to Florida, where I'll be speaking at the TWI Summit and then participating in Bob Proctor's certification program before coming back to Fargo to host Lisa Haneberg on her motorcycle trip. Then it's on to the Summit for Bigger Small Talk, which promises to be an event you won't want to miss. If you've never participated in an Open Space event, this will be a great place to learn about it.

Talk to you soon!


At 7:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


What a small world. I was reading about you at The Happy Burry (Joe Raasch) and now see you are also hosting Lisa Hanenberg for a talk. Ours is June 12.

I love the concept of re-emerging.

At 10:21 AM, Blogger Jodee Bock said...

Valeria: Yes, it certainly is a small world! I'm looking forward to meeting Lisa in person - we'll have to compare notes! Have a great time - and here's to re-emerging!!


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