Archive for the ‘Organizational Culture’ Category

To Spot Future Leadership Stars, Think Small

  Identifying and cultivating the next generation of leadership stars is a significant challenge for many organizations. Companies know they have to do it but figuring out just how is the real mind teaser. No doubt that’s why 31% of companies cite ‘identifying future leaders’ as their biggest concern according to a study by Right… Read More…

Is Servant Leadership Realistic in Modern Organizations?

Who can argue with some of the basic ideas of servant leadership? Empathy, Community, Awareness, Commitment to Growing People. Yet, does the idea of leaders being a ‘servant’ first work in the real world of competitive organizations. Australian Leadership Consultant Des Walsh and I discuss the topic on this livestream. I’d love to hear your… Read More…

Is Your Culture Eating Your Strategy

I joined leadership experts Janice Whiting, Tanya Harris, and John Henry to discuss the value and impact of company culture on your organization’s strategy. https://blab.im/janice-whiting-is-your-company-culture-eating-your-strategy   #leadership #culture #business strategy

Your Company’s Soul: The secret to higher engagement, retention, and profitability

I love soul music. That eclectic blend of styles like gospel, rhythm and blues, jazz.  I love the way it gets you to move, to interact, to get up and dance. It says something. You feel something when you hear it. Recently, we’re hearing a lot about the importance of ‘soul’ to organizational success. And… Read More…

Leadership Styles: Why Disruptive Leadership Works

Complacency is the dirtiest word in business today. Allow it to seep into the DNA of your organization and your business will go down faster than Jack rolled down the proverbial hill. Whether it shows itself in tired product launches, unmotivated customer service, or disengaged employees, complacency is a core malady affecting every company you’ve… Read More…

Leadership & Employee Satisfaction:How to Prevent Empowerment from Turning Into Chaos

“Wait, you hired someone while I was on vacation? But I always get to interview people before we hire them.” That question was merely the starting pistol to months of sulking by a team leader who was ticked off that his management had allowed an entry level person to be hired to work on another… Read More…

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