Tag Archives: Leading Culture Change

Ten Fatal Flaws In Your Corporate Culture

Ten Fatal Flaws In Your Corporate Culture 10 Fatal Flaws That Undermine Your Ability to Change By now, every smart leader knows that corporate culture is an essential element of business performance.  In an era of increasing uncertainty and speed of change, your organization's culture is either a source of strength and advantage that flies…
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Corporate Culture Change: Cornerstone of Engagement

  Corporate Culture Change: Cornerstone of Engagement Achieving growth and innovation is on everyone's minds these days. Increasingly leaders are seeking culture change and employee engagement as the answer. In this era, being  in the driver's seat requires extreme leadership. It's hard to navigate the whitewater of global competition, workers who don't like to be…
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Corporate Culture Lessons à la Twitter

Corporate culture lessons can be gained from many sources, including Twitter. Seems the whole world is a-Twitter about a micro-blogging communication medium that some still think is a "peek into the windows" of stars. While it's true that I don't care what Kim Kardashian thinks about her sister's weight, I do care about the latest…
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Assessing Culture – Is It Seriously Ill?

Assessing Culture - Is It Seriously Ill? In the years I have been working with companies small and large, one truth stands out clearly As if they've been cast out in a boat on a stormy sea, leaders are usually oblivious to the fact they’ve spawned a corporate culture that is unhealthy and filled with disease,…
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Culture Change – How’s Your BMPD?

 Does Your Company Culture Have BMPD? Have you noticed how often personalities and pent-up emotions derail a team's work?  The impact on company culture, culture change, and helping to engage employees is tremendous - and largely unacknowledged in today's overly task-focused environments.  After all it's business. The problem with that belief is it leads to…
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Are You Leading a Leadership Culture?

Leadership is a contact sport. (Too many leaders treat it like a spectator sport.) When you’re the coach you might think your job is on the sidelines – after all, the team puts the points on the scoreboard.

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