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May 30, 2018 by admin
I think, when it boils right down to it, there are basically two primary reasons an organization would opt not to provide leadership training: (more…)
March 26, 2018

CEOs (generally speaking of course) are disruptive forces. They are expected to maintain or nurture far less than they are to challenge and evolve. For decades, most have invested significantly to develop a well-rounded, operational understanding of the complex forces that drive commerce. (more…)

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March 15, 2018

One of (if not the) most critical aspects of wrapping your head around Situational Leadership® is embracing the concept of Performance Readiness®. The leader’s assessment of an individual’s “level of readiness to perform” determines the approach that leader will employ (e.g., empowerment, collaboration, direction). (more…)

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March 9, 2018

Have you ever made the mistake of purchasing something you had to take home in a box then assemble? Maybe it was a toy — or a tool or a table (perhaps even something else that begins with the letter “t”). Point being, many of us have found ourselves staring at separate piles of like materials neatly arranged on a garage floor trying to make sense of instructions that were clearly developed for somebody with special powers of interpretation. (more…)

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February 23, 2018
In keeping with a standard that somebody in our industry set long ago (and everyone has followed since), I would like to share three key takeaways from a cherished opportunity to chat about leadership with Frances Hesselbein. And, for the record, I believe this tradition was established because two clearly isn’t enough and four is just plain unwieldly! Regardless, consider the wisdom of these quotes from a leader that has spent a lifetime “walking what she talks”: (more…) [ Read More + ]
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