Archive for the ‘Organizational Culture’ Category

How to Develop A Unique Leadership Style:Leveraging Your Inner Square Peg for Success

When I was eleven years old, the Partridge Family was a staple of my Friday night television viewing and one Miss Laurie Partridge seemed to be just about the coolest a girl could be. The long silky middle parted hair, the groovy (yes, I said it, groovy) clothes, and the fact that she wailed on… Read More…

Changing Patterns and Their Affect on Organizational Culture

My trusty canine companion, Seven, and I have recently been spending quite a bit of time hiking the trails in the local mountains. As we lumber along, we pass other walkers, some runners, mountain bikers, and even the occasional person on horseback. One thing is similar among all of them. They are exceedingly friendly. Every… Read More…

Organizational Culture Atop A Horse Named “Raw”

Imagine, if you will, a winding trail snaking its way up the side of a chaparral laden canyon, the Pacific ocean off in the distance alongside the setting sun on one side and the iconic Hollywood sign hanging high above the trail on the other, the sound of horses echoing in the otherwise still surroundings…. Read More…

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