I'd like to see this: The Second-Last Corporate Retreat:
"... I know this is the third retreat you've been on since September. I know you're tired of "thinking outside the box," of "raising the bar." Do you know why you're tired? Because it didn't work. Most of you haven't been back at work long enough to try it, but those of you who have know what I'm talking about. It didn't work. If it had worked, you wouldn't have called me. ...
Now I want you to try something I do at all my seminars: I want you all to turn and punch the person to your right. A solid shot. Closed fist. Don't be afraid of a little blood. Good, good. You are punching. But you are also being punched. You have become the punch.
Some of you are tempted to punch the person who just punched you. Some of you did. Some of you have been fired. That's not important. What is important is why you want to punch that person who punched you in the back of the head. While you were punching Todd from marketing in the back of his head."(Walrus)