Leadership

If I am leading, who is following?¬† Leaders, those executives who are charged with leading in the chaotic 21st century, must utilize fully every resource that they have at hand. And, they must emerge as the indisputable critical thinker around what maximizes the strengths and minimizes the weaknesses of the culture within their organization. To […]

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Performance

Fascinate Your Employees! Too many organizations have built maintenance cultures where seniority is valued more than productivity, where status quo is more¬†enticing than change, where good is good enough, and one where your most talented employees are your most frustrated. In contrast there are those organizations which have intentionally built what I call a growth […]

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Purpose

In Your Work, Are You Fascinated? The purpose-driven, fascinated employee partners with executives, managers and fellow-employees to create an environment where the positive dynamics within their organization equals to, or surpasses, the dynamics without. For this to occur, managers must understand how to transform workgroups from being mere places to work and earn a paycheck, […]

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Leaders Who Lead Leaders

The success of any organization is largely dependent on how its top leader inspires and leads other leaders. For organizations to thrive, chief executives must know how to get the most from senior managers, who in turn must drive performance throughout the organization. Simply put, great leaders know how to lead other leaders. Take a […]

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I Believe You Can Fly

The world’s best managers know that to help each employee soar, they must first build upon their innate talents While playing tennis recently with my kids, I was reminded how certain assumptions permeate our everyday life. As I ran puffing from one side of the court to the other, trying to return serve (and sometimes […]

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A Passion for Work

Why your employees need it — and how you can instill it At the end of the movie Serendipity, one of the main characters makes this statement: “The Greeks did not write obituaries. They simply asked, ‘Did he have passion?’” This quote is inspiring because it suggests that passion is central to the quality of […]

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