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May 16, 2011

Why Culture Change is Hard

  A lot of the work that I do with businesses and organizations is around culture change. Most businesses have the potential to be more successful […]
May 2, 2011

Leadership and Power

  Leadership, for many, means power – power over the actions of others, power over the direction of the business, power over conversations and decisions, power […]
April 17, 2011

Corporate Values, Writing Them is Only the First Step

  Virtually every company I have worked with has a set of values listed somewhere. So much has been written and read about corporate values that […]
April 4, 2011

The Leadership Problem

  Sometimes, the beginning of the solution is awareness. We’ve all heard the adage that the first step to solving a problem is admitting we have […]
March 27, 2011

Leadership At Home Matters Too

  Sometimes the work that I get to do can be the most satisfying job imaginable. Just this week I had an employee at one of […]
March 14, 2011

Great Leaders Have Great Habits

  Some of the best leaders I have met during the course of my work are brilliant people, most aren’t. Some of them possess an almost […]
February 27, 2011

Signs You’re a Bad Boss

  I read an article recently in the Wall Street Journal titled Five Signs You’re a Bad Boss, which listed some of the signals that your people […]
February 20, 2011

Leaders Change Perspective, That Changes Everything

  There’s a group of leaders that I’m working with for one of my clients and recently one of them pulled me aside and said “I […]
February 7, 2011

Leaders Create Moments That Matter

  Life really isn’t about time as much as it is about moments. If you think back on your day or your week or your last […]
January 30, 2011

Leadership – Examples Are Everywhere

  Sometimes real world examples of leadership help us define it better. For that reason I often use stories to illustrate effective leadership when I work […]