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Good Culture . . . Bad Culture

When I’m good, I’m very good, but when I’m bad, I’m better.  ~ Mae West A culture isn’t good or bad in and of itself. Cultures develop by design or default based on numerous causal factors. When people say this … Continue reading

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Leadership Focus and Business Performance

“You don’t get paid for the hour. You get paid for the value you bring to the hour.” ~Jim Rohn I have sat in on far more senior executive meetings than I would care to mention where the majority of time and … Continue reading

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Leadership as the “back up band”!

Every once in a while we get things twisted around backward and the world begins to feel odd. Like waking up with your pyjama bottoms twisted half-way round. Or worse yet, someone gives you a “wedgie” (at least that’s what we … Continue reading

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Behaviours Build Strong Brands and Aligned Cultures

It is easy for someone to copy your business strategy, but they can’t copy your culture. I was recently sent this infographic that describes some of the unique behaviours and activities that have helped companies build strong brands and iconic … Continue reading

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