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What do our two mayors do in the City of Cuyahoga Falls and Silver Lake Village?

Do our mayors have a purpose and process to reduce resistance in our community?

Here is a link to one of two Mayor's webpage on the City of Cuyahoga Falls website.

Here is a link to our other Mayor's webpage.

Here are some questions that our two mayor's might want to ask:

1.  What is our shared purpose statement?

2.  What questions must we ask to get to our shared purpose?

3.  What are the answers to our questions?

4.  What is similar about our  job descriptions?

5.  What is different about our job descriptions?

6.  What goals do we share?

7.  Do our goals align with our shared purpose statement?

8.  What free tools on the Internet could we use to communicate at higher levels?

9.  Are we willing to use the latest free communication tools?

10. Are we able to use the latest free tools, techniques, and training?  

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Jeff March 19, 2013 at 06:05 PM
Sorry if you're not comfortable communicating with someone without knowing their last name, but you put yours out there as a community advocate. I am not interested in being a public figure. I glanced at your site, and honestly, it reminds me of the same ideas I've seen over the decades in troubleshooting committees and corporate change missions. Not saying it doesn't work, in fact I've seen these things work incredibly well, but it does require that everyone is on board and is trained, with real world exercises and regular, creative meetings. Because it requires these things, it's not an effective idea for this forum, as every worker, housewife, student, constituent, etc. either doesn't have either the time, energy or aptitude; and nevermind the organization, to meet regularly either online or in person to work within a corporate change model. Also, you're outside the scope of your original intent. Are you here to advocate your model for change, or to raise awareness about the mayors? Since you continuously point back to your model for change, and reuse respectful, but seemingly canned responses, you come across as inaccessible and corporate. This is not working well, as you've probably noticed. You need to start speaking to people here as you would your friends and family. Please take this the right way, but you come off as trying to set yourself up as someone to be listened to or followed, rather than a neighbor to discuss opinions and options.
Lou Schott March 19, 2013 at 06:08 PM
To: Jeff, I defer to your leadership. Will you be showing us how to handle things?
Jeff March 19, 2013 at 06:22 PM
Sorry - Your soapbox, not mine. Your response does show that you're trying to set yourself up as a leader, to show people how to handle things (per your site), rather than being here as a neighbor to discuss the Mayoral issue you brought up. Thanks for coming clean on that. Now, what is your agenda. Training, or discussing the mayors?
Lou Schott March 19, 2013 at 09:42 PM
Hi Jeff, You ask, "What is your agenda ... ?" If you look at all of my posts then you will see that I ask a lot of questions. I use the process that put a man on the moon. Please see the following link. https://sites.google.com/site/tnl30000/groups/build-team-players/analyze-and-guide Are you still interested? Or, am I wasting my time with you?
Jeff March 19, 2013 at 11:04 PM
You still communicate like a corporate motivational broken record with no opinion of your own. Yes, you are wasting your time with me, as I have no interest in your self promotion. Good luck in your quest.

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