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Castle Thunder Consulting

Angela Edwards originally founded Castle Thunder Consulting to better assist organizations with some of the thorniest issues in managing projects. Years of experience in program and project management gave her the skills to assess at-risk or already failing projects, recommend a course of action and work with teams to implement that course of action and achieve the best possible outcome.

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Rather than creating a long-term dependency on outside expertise, our consultative approach to project managementleadership coaching, and business skills education is designed to give your team the skills they need to thrive and exceed expectations on their own.

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Comment by Gregory Sparzo on February 28, 2013 at 11:22am

Fellow Executives:

I was thinking about how best to add value here at Brandergy:Executives and my first inclination is to start posting tidbits of value in order to encourage members to chime in and start a dialogue.

My first post then will be about AUTHENTICITY.  Over the course of my career in companies large and small, I have observed that it was considered prudent to invest time early on to understand the "culture" of the organization.  What I found was that such understanding often expressed itself in trying to adapt oneself and one's style to the general vibe of the place.

Over the 3 decades of my career, however, I have seen the downside of such adaptation in the form of facade building and wearing a mask that expresses "I'm in the group" at the expense of what is the genuine person.

I recently saw an internal memo from a major US firm that described the culture there as so passive-aggressive, no self-limiting that no one dared to speak truth or make any comment that wasn't completely "supportive" for fear of alienating entrenched political bonds and appearing to be "not a team player."

The memo was sent to me on the person's non-work email and they implored me to never mention their name.

Are you experiencing this kind of thing in your companies and with your clients?  How can we encourage candor, vigorous exchange of ideas and the fearlessness it takes to create new and innovative paradigms?

Let's start a discussion!


Comment by Vincent Wright on February 7, 2013 at 9:54am

Wonderful to have you with us as Group Officer of Executives, Greg! I look forward to working with you to help members get the most out of the group.  

Keep STRONG, Greg!


Comment by Gregory Sparzo on February 7, 2013 at 8:38am

Hello Fellow Executives.

I'm Greg Sparzo, and I have the priviledge of being the new Administrator of this group. While I work out the logistics of what that means, I wanted to encourage all of you to invest the time and effort to make this group a high-value experience for all of us.

For my part, I will be working hard to grow the group with other engaged and engaging executives so the value keeps on coming.

Looking forward to getting to know you all better.


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Comment by Vincent Wright on February 24, 2009 at 7:23pm
Thanks for joining and thanks for your kind words, Jay.

I appreciate your comment about the "constant state of doom and gloom" as being portrayed on news shows such as FOX and CNN. That's one of the reasons I set up on Facebook and here on

Let's talk soon, ok, Jay?

Vincent Wright
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