Category Archives: Leadership and Culture

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3 Ways Resistance to Change is Good for Business

When leading organizations today, most leaders think of resistance to change as the enemy: A force to minimize, eliminate or avoid.  And, if you wait until everyone is aligned and on board (or over-emphasize consensus) you miss out on good opportunities to grow. Today, I shed light on the true meaning of resistance….And share three…
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3 Essential Habits CEO’s Need to Cultivate in Company Culture

3 Essential Habits Every CEO Must Build Into Company Culture The world of work has changed. (You've noticed!)  Fiercer, faster, more competitive times demand a new caliber of modern leader. Once who can juggle the mandates of innovation, profit, and caring culture. Corporate culture – with its Dilbert-style politics, hierarchy, nonsense decision making - is dead.…
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Taming the Chaos: Three Common Mistakes in Growing Organizations

  Taming the Chaos: Addressing 3 Common Mistakes in Growing Organizations Growth is a central purpose of every business. (Not as a substitute for a compelling mission.) As a mandate for survival. Whether your company is 50, 500 or 50,000 people; public, private or non-profit, your stakeholders expect you will expand your impact, continuously. Whether…
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Disrupting Change: A Better Way to Grow

Disrupting Change: Improving How Organizations Grow and Thrive Fact: Technology adoption (and obsolescence) will occur in increasingly faster cycles. Fact: Young people in developed countries value experience, freedom, expansion over a steady paycheck. Fact:  50% of the workforce is predicted to be freelance by 2020. Fact:  Big corporate and small business are creating symbiotic relationships:…
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Scaling Culture: 5 Rules of Engagement During Growth

Scaling Culture Requires Conscious Leadership Meet Joe. Joe is the CEO of a software company that is growing by leaps and bounds. They are projecting $110 million in sales in 2016, doubled from 2013.  Joe has several hundred employees working for him now. Joe believes in culture. He knows that scaling culture means ROI, through attracting…
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